That has actually been the case for quite some time. I recall reading of a
case in Germany in the early 1980's of a man who had died in his apartment,
but was not discovered until the money in his bank account (which was
periodically replenished by his pension automatically) to pay the rent and
utilities ran out seven years later. There are at least three other cases
that I know of, but seven years is the longest between death and discovery
that I know of.
on 01.10.1 11:24 PM, Tim Romero at t3_at_vgkk.com wrote:
> I suppose actually calling to check on your mom is out of the question.
> Advances in communications technology will soon allow us to go through life
> without ever actually having to talk to anyone.<g>
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