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Woman divides opinion after sharing her ‘in case I go missing binder’

True crime enthusiast divides opinion after sharing ‘in case I go missing binder’ complete with passwords, medical records and her own fingerprint – with some branding it a ‘stalker’s dream’ while other praise safety measure

  • Kari Ogg, from the US, posted a video to TikTok under the account Savor it All showing the $59.95 (£45) folder to be used as a safety measure in an emergency 
  • Folder includes passwords, medical records and her fingerprints and plans
  • Tiktok users branded it a ‘stalker’s dream’ while some said it could be a ‘great safety tool’


A woman has divided opinion after creating an ‘in case I go missing folder’ which is filled with personal information – including passwords, medical records and her fingerprints.

Kari Ogg, from the US, posted a video to TikTok under the account Savor it All showing the $59.95 (£45) folder to be used as a safety measure.  

But many called it a ‘stalker’s dream’ and said that it was more likely to put her in danger.  

In a clip flicking through the folder, she explains: ‘This is my in case I go missing binder. 

‘I have a medical section with all my doctors and therapists’ info and my medication history, a section for photos of all my tattoos, scars and me with different hair colours and styles. 

She joked that Ashley Flowers – host of the viral Crime Junkie Podcast – would be ‘so proud’. 

Kari Ogg, from the US, posted a video to TikTok under the account Savor it All showing the $59.95 (£45) folder to be used as a safety measure.

A woman has divided opinion after creating an ‘in case I go missing folder’ which is filled with personal information – including passwords, medical records and her fingerprints. Kari Ogg, from the US, posted a video to TikTok under the account Savor it All showing the $59.95 (£45) folder to be used as a safety measure.

In the video that has more than 8.8million views, she continues: ‘I also have a place to put upcoming travel info in, including where I’m staying and with who. 

‘A place for every one of my passwords, including social media, and dating sites and Snapchat.

 ‘A place to put info about my home, my home address and all other places I’ve lived, and of course a place for important documents like my birth certificate.’

In a second video she added that you could add more including: ‘Dental and other medical records. 

‘Copy of your driver’s license and passport. Names of places you frequent. Phone and laptop serial numbers. 

‘Clear, recent face photos. Social media passwords. Contact info for family and friends. 

In the video that has more than 8.8million views, she continues: 'I also have a place to put upcoming travel info in, including where I'm staying and with who.

In the video that has more than 8.8million views, she continues: ‘I also have a place to put upcoming travel info in, including where I’m staying and with who.

In a second video she added that you could add more including: 'Dental and other medical records.

In a second video she added that you could add more including: ‘Dental and other medical records.

‘Passwords and logins. Bank account details. Handwriting samples. Vehicle information.’

While some users praised it as a great safety tool, others said it could hinder her.

‘Tell me you’ve been in a toxic relationship without telling me,’ one said.

‘This gets found by the wrong person and you are definitely missing forever,’ said another. 

‘I’ve had severe anxiety all my life and this is something my therapist would counsel me not to do. She be right. It’s too impulsive IMO.

‘This is one robbery away from being a “a how to steal my identity” guide.   

While some users praised it as a great safety tool, others said it could hinder her.

While some users praised it as a great safety tool, others said it could hinder her.

However, some said it was a great idea, with one adding: ‘From a CSI, add a fingerprint card, which dentist had your dental records, a dried buccal swab, and a hair sample with the root.

Another said: ‘I’ve worked in law enforcement for 17 years. This is very smart. Let one friend and family know where the binder is. This saves hours of work.

Jennifer McAllister-Nevins, Savor’s co-founder and CEO, who sell the folder told Newsweek that they received a personalisation request to make an ‘In case I go missing’ Folio, and ‘thought it was great idea’. 

She added that the folder wasn’t just for sinister reasons and could be grabbed in case of a fire – and that people can go missing due to illness and floods.

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