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Whiter Shade Of Pale

Whiter Shade Of Pale
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A Whiter Shade of Pale - Data Recovery Hocum Pocum*


 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 award after Fields attempted to use 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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A few months ago I did promise to explain the words and meaning of "A Whiter Shade of Pale", a song which my generation took into our hearts in 1967 and have kept in great affection ever since (moody, melodic, and totally incomprehensible to anyone over 40  ie parents)

Since then I've researched on the web; lots of people claim to understand the "message" and you can get a full transcript of the lyrics and sheet music too, but you must bring your own organist to this particular party , Procul Harem seem to have disappeared.

Two members of the group claimed credit for this mega hit piece of music and in their determination to stake their claim to the royalties, spent lots of money on legal fees .

One of these two musicians has appeared in print saying that the words of their masterpiece have in fact no deep meaning at all (still souunds pretty impressive though) and this leads me on neatly to my next point, unlike some people I
don't like to disappoint.

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I know someone who spent lots of money on something with no deep significant meaning,.... a detailed technical report from a data recovery lab setting out reasons why not only their lab couldn't recover his data, but no other lab anywhere would be able to recover it either.

While we sat in the lab reading his report, our technical staff worked on the drive in the lab. We finished our reading at about the same time as they finished the recovery of all files, our client was totally unprepared for this and had to return home to transfer funds into his bank account to pay us for recovering the unrecoverable.

And now, 3 uses for a detailed technical report from you-know-where

1. to line the cats litter tray

2. as above but for the budgie cage

3. to show to the courts how the scams work

Technical Reports, why not set them to music? you know it makes sense (or at least as much sense as a 40year old pop song which people with nothing better to do are still trying to decipher)

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