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Regarding our Data Recovery Program, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery:

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Imitation is the sincerest of flattery:

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If you think you’ve lost your data and you were told to send it off to a “Clean Room” Data Recovery lab, STOP NOW!

http://www.macmedics.com/recovery.htm:

If you think you’ve lost your data and you’ve been told to send it away to an out of state “Clean Room” Data Recovery firm, STOP!

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80% of the people that think they need “Clean Room” data recovery DO NOT need that type of advanced recovery services. Bring your hard drive or computer to MacSavvy and let us take a look before you opt to send it out of state.

http://www.macmedics.com/recovery.htm:

80% of the people that think they need “Clean Room” data recovery DO NOT need that type of advanced recovery services. Bring your hard drive or computer to MacMedics and let us take a look before you opt to send it out of state.

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The data recovery company that is performing the recovery for you will likely recover your data and charge you FULL “recovery” prices (often $1000 or more). Many of the data recovery cases we see are situations where customers think they have a “data recovery” situation when in fact the data is just not visible to them. This happens quite often while you are standing at the Genius Bar. Here’s how it occurs; Your data is not visible and the hard drive does not appear to be working, so you are told you need to send it away to a “clean room” data recovery company. This is when you should bring it to XXXXXXXXX. So we can validate that its a complete mechanical failure.. or the data just isn’t visible to the user. We have a 90% success rate when there isn’t a mechanical failure.

http://www.macmedics.com/recovery.htm:

The data recovery company that is performing the recovery for you will likely recover your data and charge you FULL “recovery” prices (often $2000. or more). There’s a reason why the major recovery firms offer a “free evaluation”, they’re hoping to get your drive in the door, and then charge you big bucks to recover your data. All of the big firms have price ranges, and you might pay more or less depending on your situation. But, there’s a big difference between data that is in “limbo” and data that is “lost”. Many of the data recovery cases we see are situations where customers think they have a “data recovery” situation when in fact the data is just not visible to them. This happens quite often while you are standing at the Genius Bar. Here’s how is happens; Your data is not visible and the hard drive does not appear to be working, so you are told you need to send it away to a “clean room” data recovery company.

Written by Dana Stibolt

February 6th, 2017 at 8:40 am