FAQs

In the event I were to pass away or become otherwise incapacitated, what would happen to the contents of my box?

You will be provided with a personal representative card that will allow us to notify your legal custodian. It is the only way to ensure your privacy.

Do you accept credit cards?

We do not. We only accept cash.

Can you insure the contents of my box?

Absolutely. More information can be given during your private tour of the facility.

What can I store in a safe deposit box at Safe Haven Private Vaults?

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

What is the minimum rental period for a private vault deposit box?

All of our deposit boxes have an annual rental period, no exception. We will post any information on our website with a secure login.

What if there was a court order or subpoena served to Safe Haven Private Vaults demanding access to my private vault deposit box?

By law, the court order would have to specify the exact name of the renter or the exact private vault deposit box number in order for that box to be forcibly opened. Keep in mind, we do not ask for your photo identification or your social security number when you rent a deposit box.

What are your access hours?

Clients will be able to access your deposit box 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with access to our administrative office Monday through Friday between the hours of 10am and 7pm.

What were to happen to my private vault deposit box if my bank fails?

Our deposit boxes are 100% independent from any bank system. The banks failing will have ZERO effect on the contents of your deposit box.