Zumbox Ensures Continued Service and Protection for Wells Fargo vSafe CustomersThursday, May 10th, 2012
LOS ANGELES, CA – Zumbox, the world’s first digital postal system, today announced a secure, digital alternative for Wells Fargo vSafe to service the Wells Fargo customers affected by the service’s closing as of March 2012.
As consumers increase interactions with various online properties, the need for a secure digital destination for document storage and retrieval also increases. Zumbox is a provider of digital postal mail and gives consumers a free system that allows them to receive and store bills, statements, insurance disclosures and other important postal mail in one central, online location. Unlike vSafe and other similar offerings, a person’s Zumbox stores everything forever, for free and enables convenient anytime access, including from a mobile device.
Digital postal mail provides users with a combination digital mailbox and filing system based on individual street addresses. It offers additional benefits above and beyond traditional document storage services, including:
- Automatically matching individuals with companies to send mail to their street address, reducing the need to seek out documents to upload into the mailbox
- Enabling uses to view mail items from a computer or mobile device, set reminders, follow links to pay bills and print specific pages of files
- Organizing the archive so all documents are available whenever needed for a better mail experience
- Bank-level security to ensure that when a company sends mail, consumers have peace of mind the company is verified and the mail is intended for them