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GSTECH Windows Data Recovery Software- FAT NTFS

Mon Mar 26, 2018 5:37 am

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GSTECH Windows Data Recovery Software- FAT NTFS

Mon Mar 26, 2018 10:55 am

Hi Kagasgeorge,

SPAM isn't strictly prohibited here, but you'll have to pay if you want to just post an advertisement rather than meaningfully interact with people. Links and whatnot aren't prohibited, but if you're going to write it as an advertisement we'll be removing the links as SPAM.

A better approach, if you'd like your posts to actually stick around, would be to introduce yourself and explain that you represent the software brand. Then ask for feedback on your products, interact with technicians who might be interested in it, explain the unique features of it that make it unique from other software (if it actually has any unique features). etc.

Reclaime set a good example of how to do that in this thread they created: reclaime-software-t451.html
You can see they are making an effort to actually interact, not just spam dump, so we allow them to post some links to their software.

But, I assume you're just here trying to dump a link and will never actually respond anyway.

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