X-Message-Number: 21551
From: "Brent Fox" <>
Subject: Re: CryoNet #21546 Cashier Checks
Date: Sun, 6 Apr 2003 11:56:23 -0400

Hi James,

This is an interesting idea.  One question that comes to mind is, does a
cashiers check have a expiration time period?  If so, then this could
complicate such measures.


>Message #21546
>Date: Sat, 05 Apr 2003 19:44:04 -0800
>From: James Swayze <>
>Subject: Re: Local support in NW, some further thoughts
>References: <>

>I also think it might behoove cryonicists to also carry a small blank, as
to payee
>only, cashiers check only large enough for the ice procurement
reimbursement and
>maybe even a small supplement reward for complying with cryonics medic
>bracelet instructions [reward should be stated on wallet card and AD
document and
>of course estate documentation] such as for continuing CPR, ice bathing and
>contacting Cryonics providers and patient's family. It should be well
marked as to
>its intended purpose [ALERT: Bank teller call this number before cashing
>check] and be listed in estate documents as to the fact it is supposed to
have been
>always on ones person and what likely folks would have expressed permission
to cash
>it--in other words known or proved to have helped out with compliance of
>initial procedures. A cashier's check would avoid probate issues and

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