Leave a legacy.

Payback on death.

By: pamfletch | 11-03-2016 13:07

At the moment when a member passes away payback is lost, I think it would be a nice gesture on giffgaff's part if the bereaved spouse/ long term partner or their families could inherit on the member's passing.

If this has already been posted it shows many people would like to see this happen.

Comments

by: ruthiehoward
on: 12-03-2016 12:41

This may be difficult to implement but its worth trying to work out how it could be done

by: diva56
on: 12-03-2016 00:06

I agree with you   :)

by: premierphotosuk
on: 12-03-2016 00:00

Well this you don't see everyday as an idea? I think with a little working out this could be interesting.

also if someone has no one to leave it to they could nominate say a charity ect.

got my vote, will be interesting we're this will go.

by: carrow1
on: 11-03-2016 22:50

Yes it would show giffgaff as being compassionate.

by: andath
on: 11-03-2016 22:41

Great idea. Might only be a few pounds, but every little helps, as they say. Hopefully it would apply to so few people that it won't cost giffgaff anything.

by: mrmikegill
on: 11-03-2016 21:19

Excellent idea.

by: akh48
on: 11-03-2016 21:07

good idea

by: acetech
on: 11-03-2016 20:51

Gets my vote...

But short of naming someone as a beneficiary on your account and them providing giffgaff with a copy of the death certificate I'm unsure how this would work.

One alternative however would be to inform the person whom you would like to have it of your login details (or include them in your will), and they login and take over your account and update the PayPal email to their own before deactivating your sim, not as polished but a workaround none the less.

by: vickyjakesmum
on: 11-03-2016 20:00

A very good idea. You can accumulate quite a lot, shane for it not to go to family..

by: margaretbaxter
on: 11-03-2016 19:57

count me in on that on well done