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More Fake Fields And Rapid Data Reovery Reviews On Cnet

More Fake Fields And Rapid Data Reovery Reviews On Cnet
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Fields Data recovery and its sister company Rapid Data Recovery has been caught posting fake reviews again !

 Since this article was first written Fields have been settling out of court with many who have realised they were defrauded, they have also been posting fake data recovery reviews and review websites. Worse they have bullied and attacked their victims to the point of harrassment, lets hope the Judge re-instates the data-recovery-blog.com forum for the victims of Fields Data Recovery.,

I too was awarded an extra-ordinary damages payment after Fields used their "in house legal team" to bring a vexatious claim against me. read "
have you been mulcted"

Fields solicitor stated in court to the Judge that Fields have :- " a good working relationship with Bridgend Trading Standards going back 5 years"    what an extra-ordinary claim to make !

For those of you have been on the receiving end of the Fields Data Recovery scam it may come as no surprise that Fields still cannot recover drives that their expensive forensic reports or leading data recovery experts say are beyond recovery yet other labs recover.  

Most will never know how they were defrauded...

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Consumer Alert ! Check the company you trust your data recovery to is not part of a corporate scam ! ( Sold a fake data recovery report  ? Your not the only one!)


 

FYI: Multiple replies deleted...

by John.Wilkinson Moderator - December 28, 2010 11:09 AM PST

In Reply to: Cheap Data Recovery Company? by HirotoSumi

A single individual was posting multiple fake recommendations for Fields and Rapid data recovery services under different usernames, which is called shilling and a violation of the forum policies. All of those replies have been deleted and, assuming the individual was working at the behest of the companies, the fake reviews give question to the trustworthiness of the companies.

John



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cnet.com forums are amongst the many websites which were infiltrated by Fields Group / UK Digital Solutions "outworkers" who have spent almost a month posting fake reviews and testimonials in an attempt to give credence to their data recovery services which have been exposed for selling fake data recovery reports, and charging for parts not used.

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Many were removed after being shown to be Fake

Here are just a few of the hundred fake reviews that were posted.

Post 7 of 14 Try Fields or Rapid Company

by lawrence_see - November 10, 2010 4:52 PM PST


Thanks to both Fields and Rapid! I asked Rapid for a diagnosis of dozens of old CD?s at work with important info on it I could not read anymore. They did this did free of charge, but they told me to go to Fields who could give me a better recovery percentage. Thanks Fields for a great recovery, and Rapid for making the whole process so easy

Post 8 of 14 Fields is a professional..

by SheilaDishman - November 11, 2010 4:54 PM PST


Fields is a professional and helpful company who came to my aid when my computer was damaged in a clumsy accident. Since they are such a large international company I was expecting more, but they were very reasonable. They were very professional.

Post 9 of 14 Rapid have better knowledge and experience .

by cheryl_ha - November 15, 2010 6:47 PM PST


When my hard drive failed I took it to Rapid Data Recovery to see if they could give me an analysis of what was wrong, and then I could fix it myself with recovery software I had used before. Unfortunately it was not successful this time and I took it back to Rapid, who ended up using specialist technology to extract the data. Sometimes you just have to give over to the professionals, they have better knowledge and experience and even though it is more expensive, they are good at what they do. I had a full recovery in the end.

Post 10 of 14  Fields and Rapid Cool!!
by timothye82 - November 16, 2010 6:24 PM PST


Thanks to both Fields and Rapid! I asked Rapid for a diagnosis of dozens of old CD?s at work with important info on it I could not read anymore. They did this did free of charge, but they told me to go to Fields who could give me a better recovery percentage. Thanks Fields for a great recovery, and Rapid for making the whole process so easy

Post 11 of 14 To be No.1
by blount_l - November 23, 2010 4:15 PM PST
I want to suggest Rapid Data recovery in London if anyone has experienced a similar issue to mine. My USB broke down and I stood to lose over 4GB of precious photos. It was apparently a pretty straightforward process, but they were efficient and helpful.

Post 12 of 14 Many thanks for both of them
by Phillip_S - November 11, 2010 4:48 PM PST
After my hard drive crashed, I dropped my hard drive off at the Rapid office in London, and after a couple of days they referred me to Fields because of the severe damage to my hard drive. Fields completed a full recovery, Rapid didn?t charge me for the analysis and I am happy to recommend either of these data recovery companies.

Post 13 of 14 They performed so well
by M-Haynes - November 11, 2010 6:35 PM PST
I work for a big charity and it was so important to make sure we got ALL our info back. Fields were great; they empathized with our situation, saw the critical enormity of their task and tackled it head on. They charged a reasonable price and performed so well, really empathizing with our situation and working all hours, thank you!

Post 14 of 14 
Fantastic service
by Mullins_G - November 15, 2010 11:24 PM PST


Fields provided a fantastic retrieval service. My camera memory card was damaged in some way and I couldn?t recover the data in any way with software. It was obviously more expensive, but there is no replacement for those pictures, so no complaints there!

Read More about Fields , Rapid, DataPhoenix and how Fields Group  / Fields Associates  / UK Digital Solutions have attempted to mislead consumers.