Earlier this year we returned home to find our home had been burgled. Staring into the mess left behind, it was hard to remember what valuables we had. It was even harder to find receipts for everything that had been stolen, and the ones we found were barely eligible as the ink had faded.
It resulted in hours of searching among our photos on social media, trying to find pictures of precious family jewellery, our kids' technology products and endless debates with our insurance company. Due to the low resolution on the items found on the pictures we weren't able to motivate accurate appraisals and we were left with no control and out of pocket.
"Both the police and insurance company told us how important it was to have pictures of all our valuables, and doing this once would help secure future valuables."
Fryda is a great solution, because the above is really something that should be done continuously and as effortlessly as possible. I can't see myself finding time to sit down and document my valuables regularly, but since this is now structurally and easily done on my phone, I do it automatically and can keep the records up to date.
That way, if I'm unfortunate enough to get robbed again, the insurance company will have a hard time robbing me (a second time) of my insurance claim compensation.