We continue proving to new customers that we are more than competitive, “we make data recovery affordable”. This past month we received cases for hard disk drives that had already been quoted by Drive Savers and Secure Data Recovery. Here are two examples.
Case number 1 was a Western Digital SATA drive model WD5000AAKS. The drive was sent to DriveSavers and quoted recoverable for $2200. We recovered the data for the client and the total bill was only $525.
Are we the cheapest data recovery lab? I don’t really like the term cheap because we have the experience and tools to provide quality service.
Case number 2 was a Samsung ST1500LM006. The drive was quoted by Secure Data Recovery Services and, as we have heard from others, our client said the price started high (over $2000). When the quote was refused, the client received two more offers to recover, each at a reduced rate. As I recall, the price was never offered lower than $1500. We recovered this one for $525 as well.
Each case required clean-room data recovery service (head swap) before the client’s files could be recovered.
Not all cases need head swaps, and we often recover customer data from hard disk drives for $295 and $395.
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If you have a hard drive that was previously quoted so high you couldn’t afford to get your data back, give Blizzard a chance to make a difference. We have beat prices from DriveSavers, Fields Data Recovery, File Savers, GeekSquad, Seagate In-Lab Recovery, and Secure Data, and we included free return media and shipping. Others just like you have now discovered that data recovery can be affordable.