|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||March 30, 2015|
Rescue - 2 Year Data Recovery Plan for Flash Memory Devices ($100+)
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- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- If your drive stops working, the Rescue data recovery plan will attempt to recover the data from the failed drive and recovered data will be returned on a media storage device or via secure cloud-based data storage.
- Covers new removeable flash memory device of any brand when purchased within 30 days (receipt must be retained for purchases not on the same transaction).
- Free shipping for in–lab data recovery; 24/7 online case status tracking
- If your data isn’t recovered, you get your money back.
- Your Rescue Plan documents will be sent to you via email to the address associated with your Amazon.com account and can be found in your account message center within the Buyer/Seller Messages.
Your digital life is irreplaceable. If your device fails, it can cost hundreds of dollars to restore all your photos, movies, memories, and important files. Manufacturer warranties may cover the cost of replacing your device, but not the cost of restoring all your data. Rescue is ONLY available to residents of the 48 continental United States of America.
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the linkage between the flash memory device I bought from Amazon and the service plan to be done
automatically. After all, Amazon had all the info right there in my order.
But no, it turns out that I am supposed to manually register my product. I tried, but the web page
was unhappy with some of my entries and kept kicking me back. So I am saying -- forget about it!
I have other things to do.
I had included the 6.99 service plan for some peace of mind, and instead all I got was aggravation.
So to you, dear prospective shopper, I say this -- forget about buying this insurance. If your device goes bad
and you want to recover your data, pay the money then. It is most likely you never will.