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Data Delivery: Choose Return Shipping and Data Backup options

As soon as your data was recovered, you will receive a data recovery report. You will be asked to log in to our internal payment system where you can choose the most convenient data delivery option for you.

The major data backup options are free of charge, such as coping files onto spare hard drive (must be provided or purchased separately), single burned CD or DVD is free as well. We can provide a free FTP access to download a limited amount of critical files. Other options are extra paid (HDD Clone, multiple DVD burning, extensive FTP data transfer).

We use UPS courier for the return shipments. The cost for return shipping is the actual UPS cost to the final destination. Our checkout webpage features the UPS shipping calculator, where you will have to choose the suitable UPS service (from Standard/Ground to Express/Overnight) and put in the postal/zip code of your destination. The tracking number will be posted in your online profile that shows all recent activities of the recovery case.

We guarantee to keep a copy of the recovered data for 10 days (of more is needed, please contact us) to ensure the successful data delivery to the customer. Once a package with data media is safely delivered and checked, your data will be securely deleted from our backup storage device.

 


From IT specialist in Toronto: WD 1.0TB WD10JMVW laptop - I did try to use the Hard Disk Test on my HP laptop and got an Error log: Hard Disk failed with failure ID PGAM70-.., description Hard Disk 1. I hope the physical condition of the hard disk is not beyond your ability to fix the problem and retrieve data and files of it.

Perfect result, your assistance is invaluable.


From Carl, a Computer repair partner in Kitchener: Fujitsu MHZ2500BT 500Gb laptop - That is exactly the same path as on your attached screenshot. There is no other data on the recovered external hard drive. Client has stated they do not care about Roboform.

It looks like you could succeed to get what the user is looking for (backups from an image file which contain drive letter 'F' so the client does not want the rest of the data).


From inTEST Corporation Cherry Hill, New Jersey USA: Western Digital WD Black WD1002FAEX - BIOS does not recognized drive, drive was spinning with no clicking sound. No recovery attempts, other than software. Drive not opened. All parts are original and intact, no forced intrusion.

Thank you very much for getting our data for us, it's greatly appreciated. We will definitely use your services in the future once the need is occurred at our end. Great job.
Best Regards,
Todd M.


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