By law, the court order would have to specify the exact name of the renter and the exact private vault storage box number to have it forcibly opened. Keep in mind, we do not ask for your photo identification or your social security number when you rent a private storage box.
The following items can be put in your private vault: Electronic records, Hard drives, Personal documents, Vehicle titles, Identification documents, Passport, Birth certificate, Social Security Card, Marriage License, Business Records, Court Records, Heirlooms, Art, Antiques, Firearms (if not restricted by law), Precious Metals, Currency, Anything of value.
A private storage box is a convenient place to store important items that would be difficult or impossible to replace. The box also offers privacy (only you know what’s inside) and security. Although many people like to keep valuables close by in a closet, safe or file cabinet at home or in the office, these […] Read more
You can rent and pay for a private storage box without coming into our location, however, at some point, you would have to come to the vault to place your items inside your box and sign the signature card and your iris scan.
Freedom Vault strictly prohibits the storage of illegal drugs, illegal weapons, illegal ammunition, hazardous materials, illegal contraband and illegally obtained property or the products there of. To ensure compliance with these rules, Freedom Vault uses drug and hazardous material detection dogs as well as other detection methods. If Freedom Vault discovers a violation of these […] Read more
The security of customer’s assets is our number one concern at Freedom Vault. Freedom Vault employs numerous security measures and procedures to protect customer assets from threats, both external as well as internal. Here are a few: All Freedom Vault employees and officers as well as the security guards must pass criminal background checks. Neither […] Read more