Photographing and recording serial #'s

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    I have an excel spreadsheat with ser# model and all that. I also have a paper copy, and another copy on a thumbdrive with pics. I name the pics with the ser#.

    Before a hurricanne hit a couple of years back, we took a video camer and shot every room in the house and it's contents. It's not a bad idea to have a plan to prove what you have.
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    Working on doing the same here with everything of value ($250+), burning a few CDs to give to the relatives, and a 8GB memory card in the fire safe. This list also includes scans of the marriage license, birth certificates, passports, licenses, and primary credit cards. We also have a external 800GB hard drive with copies of all the computers contents in case of a cut bait and run situation.

    Come winter layoff time, I will probably make scans of all the receipts for the high dollar items.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HITCH KING View Post
    Better than that, should walk around the house and take pictures of everything in everyroom for insurance purposes. How could you prove what you owed in case of fire,flood, huracaine. Of course keep the photos or cards or thumb drive someplace else.
    Sorry OT-Hitch, you're mailbox is full.
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