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Your Data Recovery Journey

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Send

Data recovery process step one - send your media

02.

Assess

Assess - data recovery process step 2

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Quote

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04.

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Data recovery

1. Send your device to us

Using a next-day courier service, or drop of the device to one of our secure locations.

2. We assess your device

We diagnose your drive, discover the potential cause of data loss happened and inform you what can be recovered.

3. We send you a quotation

We give you a quote based on how difficult it is to access your data.

4. We send your data back

We send your data back on a new device in the same file formats as the originals.

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