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The Data Recovery Process. How it all works
Request an Estimate
Every data recovery case is unique as each situation requires a different amount of resources. Submit a request and receive an estimate.
Submit A Recovery Case
Once you receive a data recovery service quote and decided to start the data recovery process, you should submit a case on our website and ship the drive to our lab.
Verify Recovered Data
Once we recover your data, we will arrange a remote session for you to verify the recovered data before making payment. If you don't like the result, we will not ask for payment.
Once you verify and accept the result, you will receive an invoice for payment. Once we receive your payment, we will arrange the delivery of the recovered data.