Special 25% Discount on Data Recovery Services
Between the flood waters and power disruption, Hurricane Harvey did a number to Texas this week. Undoubtedly, a number of its victims had a data storage device or two ruined by the storm.
A number of data recovery companies are offering discounts, some even free data recovery, this week. However, most are limiting their offer to just a couple weeks or are only offering to do a few free cases hoping to get other victims to opt for their services anyway.
We are proud to offer a 25% discount on data recovery projects for Harvey victims from now until the end of 2017.
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This is The Biggest Discount We’ve Offered
Even companies who resell our services only get a maximum of 20% off on our services. Most, only qualify for 10% off. So this is our largest discount yet. In fact, since our prices are already well below the competition, we are running it at a negative profit margin.
How to Qualify For The Hurricane Harvey Discount
- You must be mailing the media to/from an address in the affected zone. We haven’t set specific regions, but we’ll verify your location based on your address. This is done on a case by case basis.
- Your media must have been affected by flood water or power related issues and failed during the storm. We can easily verify this during our evaluation process.
- To find out if your specific case qualifies, please call us toll-free 1-844-4-My-Data or 1-401-400-2425
Types of Hurrican Harvey Cases We are Discounting
- Failed Hard Drives
- Failed RAID Arrays
- Water Damaged Flash Media
- NAS (Network Attached Storage)
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Cases That Don’t Qualify
- Phones / Tablets or other such mobile devices
- Media which failed before the storm made landfall or more than a week after the storm hit
- We can verify this by S.M.A.R.T. logging in most cases, so please don’t try to fool us. It won’t work!
- Media that is physically damaged other than by flood water or power surge related issues
- Tape backup systems
- Floppy Disks and other obsolete media