Data Medics recovered data from an old hard drive that hadn't been used in almost 5 years. Their price was very reasonable, the service was excellent, and everything went as smoothly as possible. Highly recommended!May 25, 2016Verified
Great experience! Quick and Honest! Searched around and found Data Medics to be the most helpful and affordable data recovery I could find. I'm spreading the word and would do business with them again for sure!!!Sep 30, 2013VerifiedJared P.'s reply
Thanks Holly for the great review. I'm glad you are happy.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?It's not really that complicated: Logical recovery (functioning drives) $300 for most cases Tier 1 Hardware Recovery (Failed PCB, Common Firmware Issues, Lots of Bad Sectors) $450 Tier 2 Hardware Recovery (Most Clean Room Cases) $650 + cost of parts RAID Recovery (from stripe arrays RAID 0, 5, etc.) Starts at $750 and goes up based on the number of drives and array type.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Never hire a recovery company that doesn't have a clean room. Those guys aren't professionals. Ask them about the rating of their clean room. If they don't know or answer Class 100, they either don't have a clean room, or it's really, really outdated. A good company should be at least ISO 3 to ISO 5 rated. ISO 3 is the gold standard, ISO 4 or 5 is acceptable.