The Service is priced based upon the memory size of the card/USB flash drive. Pricing is NOT dependent upon the quantity of data recovered.
The price includes all costs (evaluation, data transfer, tax, etc.) No charges for unsuccessful recovery.
*size of memory card/flash drive
|price level||memory size*||prices|
|non private data**||private data|
|level 1||up to 2 GB||198 €||98 €|
|level 2||4 GB||198 €||126 €|
|level 3||8 GB||248 €||165 €|
|level 4||16 GB||348 €||216 €|
|level 5||32 GB||498 €||289 €|
|level 6||64 GB||750 €||435 €|
|level 7||approx. 120 GB||1100 €||650 €|
|level 8||approx. 250 GB||1900 €||950 €|
|level 9||approx. 500 GB||2500 €||1500 €|
|level 10||approx. 750 GB||3200 €||2200 €|
|level 11||approx. 1 TB||4500 €||3000 €|
|level 12||>1 TB||on inquiry||on inquiry|
**data for commercial purpose, data to earn an income
In justified cases is a discount possible. Please ask via e-mail.
How it works
General Trading Conditions
- Fill in the order form
- An email with delivery address and access information for customer area will be sent to you.
- Pack the memory card/USB flash drive and send it to the delivery address.
- You will get arrival notice and the estimated completion date (usual within 3 business days) by email.
- Data recovery successful: offer sent by email, data samples can be inspected.
- Data recovery not successful: analysis report will be sent by email
- After payment, recovered data and invoice will be sent to you.
After successful data recovery a contract offer will be sent to you. If more than 10% of the data provided is defective, a price reduction will be granted if this has not yet been included in the offer.
Limitation of liability:
Recoverfab will not be liable for the loss of or damage to your memory card and is only liable in cases of gross negligence or loss.
We will not share your personal data with any third party.
Any saved files are deleted 20 days after order processing from our storage media.
Payment only after you have inspected and are satisfied with the recovered image samples.
If all of the recovered files are not wanted or needed, then no charges will be made
and the contract is void, no costs are incurred.
From the Internet
|I am surprised that nobody talks about frustrations of losing memorable event pictures because of Card Reading Errors. Recently, I lost all my pics taken by Nikon D90 DSLR camera. It started giving me memory card error. I took it to local camera shops and they were not able to recover my daughter's sweet sixteen birthday party pics. I was told to send to a company in Germany. Initially, I was surprised but then I researched it on Internet and found the Recoverfab company in Germany and I took leap of faith and sent my micro SD chip to Recoverfab. I am very happy to report that they were able to do great job on recovering pics. So please do not lose hope! if you are in my situation. Please think of Recoverfab as one of the option.|
|Hi folks I have similar story to post: Recently, I lost all my pics taken by Nikon D90 DSLR camera. It started giving me memory card error. I took it to local camera shops and they were not able to recover my daughter's sweet sixteen birthday party pics. I researched it on Internet and found the Recoverfab company in Germany and I took leap of faith and sent my micro SD chip to Recoverfab. I am very happy to report that they were able to do great job on recovering pics. So please do not lose hope! if you are in my situation. Please think of Recoverfab as one of the option.
|I had a similar problem. Got home from the hospital after taking tons of pictures of my newborn first child and family members/visitors. Took the old 1GB CF card out of the camera and put it in my usual card reader, but this time the result was different. The computer would not recognize the card at all. I tried a different computer and bought a new card reader, but the card would not mount and no computer would even recognize that I had plugged a card in. I tried putting the card back in the camera (Cannon Rebel) and connecting it to the computer through the USB but now the camera was giving me a CF error and the computer still didn't recognize the card. I wasn't able to even try using recovery software because nothing would even recognize the card for me to try to recover it. After seeing the post on this forum as well as similar posts on other forums, I decided to send my card to recoverfab because I basically had nothing to lose and obviously really wanted to have the pictures. About 2-3 weeks later I got an e-mail that my photos had been recovered!! Couldn't be happier with the result. They send them to you digitally and the price is reasonable, especially considering the sentimental value. If all else has failed and your card is not even being recognized by the computer, I would strongly recommend trying their service.|
|Having tried numerous software programs,both free and paid for, all proclaiming to be able to recover lost date from memory cards. I was losing any hope of retrieving our holiday photos from New York. After searching the internet for one last time I found this forum and the posting from ZeroPirate I can only say a big thank you. Leopold from www.recoverfab.com was just brilliant, the whole process was so easy and within a matter of hours of them receiving the card, they had retrieved all the photos and a Video. All costs involved are clearly stated on their web site and so the whole process is transparent I am very, very pleased with the results and the professional service received. Recommend to anyone with a faulty memory card.|
|Just to add to the stories regarding this topic... my partner and I had a 2GB microSD card conk out on us. The battery went in the camera in mid photo, and we lost all the data on the card. Multiple images. We'd been in hospital for our daughter's birth, so hadn't had a chance to backup the images anywhere else. We were mildly devastated... All our computers came up with a "You need to format the disk..." message. We kind of quickly gave up on the idea of getting the images back. The guy in our local computer workshop had no success with it. He said power shortages can cause cards to get corrupted, and they're sometimes just unrecoverable. :-( He used filerec/photorec software (I think) but couldn't get anything out of the disk. Being an inquisitive type I tried it myself. Hey, free software!(http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec) ...but I only got thumbnails of some images. Scanning the interwebs for potential data recovery solutions became a bit of a mission. One name that kept coming up (like here) is http://recoverfab.com/, a company based in Germany. I just wanted to add to the positive testimonials about them. I'm not going to claim recoverfab worked miracles, but they did recover - fab! - quite a few of those precious lost images. Importantly, the service was really fast, polite and straightforward. Also, it's not that expensive - there's a sliding scale for prices, depending on the size of memory card. For me, Recoverfab was definitely worth the money. And of course, I would recommend adopting the mantra of 'backup, backup, backup'!|