Meet the eClosure Team

Pedram Afshar
Pedram AfsharManaging Director
Pedram is a corporate banker and has had 5+ years of management experience across both government and private practice. He has experience in business management and brings client facing skills to the team.
Pouyan Afshar
Pouyan AfsharDirector
Pouyan has been a lawyer for over 7 years, specialising in corporate and administrative law. He brings a wealth of experience to the team, providing the legal background needed in dealing with different social networks and email services. Pouyan ensures that our services are compliant and safe for our users.
Martin Chee
Martin CheeDirector
Martin is a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) & partner in an accounting firm with several years of experience in finance and accounting. He oversees our day-to-day operations and ensures that our service meets the quality that our clients expect.
Mark Walker
Mark WalkerHead of Growth
Mark joined us after a sparkling 35 year career in corporate ICT working for leading global firms including KPMG, HP, IBM where he worked across all areas of the IT business from strategy through to delivery. He ensures our product suite is taken into the mainstream of Australian and International corporate business.
Karina Aslikyan
Karina AslikyanProject Manager
Karina is our project manager and web expert. She has previously worked at the United Nations. She brings a detailed approach to project management and continues to improve our services making them more user-friendly.
Paula Wu
Paula WuMarketing & Communications Assistant
Paula has background in Marketing and Psychology. She manages our social media, content creation and ensures that we stay up to date.

Our Story

eClosure has been set up by a group of professionals, who, prompted by personal experiences, aim to provide an easy-to-use online service for grieving families to obtain closure on their loved ones’ online presence.

Since signing up to social networks and email services is so easy nowadays, you would not expect that closing an account when a loved one dies would be difficult. But you would be mistaken. Each service has different requirements and complex processes to close or memorialise accounts. As a result, many deceased persons’ accounts remain active, which means that their friends and connections continue to receive birthday notifications, updates and other people can post on their accounts, leading to anguish and upset.

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$11,000 of lost assets found for one of our clients by eClosure Money is a division of Eclosure (Australia) Pty Ltd ACN 168 864 435.
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