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Found This Press Release.

Digital Frontiers’ Boomerang Data Recovery Software Defies Convention

Found this Press Release, however it seems maybe another company now owns Boomerang Data Recovery.
Digital Frontiers has defied convention in the disaster recovery market with the release of Boomerang Data Recovery Software. Further information can be found at https://boomerangdatarecovery.com
 — 
Digital Frontiers, an online developer of data recovery products, today reflected on its release of Boomerang Data Recovery Software 1 month ago, which was in development for one year. The main aim was always to give people greater peace of mind knowing they will recover an accidentally deleted file, damaged partition, or formatted drives more completely… and by defying convention, this data recovery software did so, with a difference.
Adam Yates, Developer at Boomerang Data Recovery, says: “We wanted to try something new with Boomerang Data Recovery Software. Anyone familiar with the disaster recovery market will probably have noticed how everyone else always seemed to focus on windows only software. We felt this was a problem because mac users are left out. And with this new release we offer Forever Free Upgrades – users never have to worry about an update, upgrade, or their software expiring – upgrades are always free.”
So as a welcome breath of fresh air, Boomerang Data Recovery Software instead it never expires and never needs an upgrade. Boomerang Data Recovery chose to make this move because because losing data doesn’t happen on a schedule.
Adam Yates also said “We want to give our customers better results, quality and value. With Boomerang Data Recovery Software, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel relaxed, empowered when using Boomerang Data Recovery Software. Trying something new is always a risk, but it’s a risk we believe is worth taking.”
Boomerang Data Recovery has been in business for 11 years, being established in 2005. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to become the preferred data recovery software in the world.
Boomerang Data Recovery Software is now available at its website. To find out more, it’s possible to visit https://boomerangdatarecovery.com
For further information about Boomerang Data Recovery, all this can be discovered at https://boomerangdatarecovery.com
Contact Info:
Name: Adam Yates
Organization: Boomerang Data Recovery Software
Address:
588 Fifth Avenue

Review of Boomerang Data Recovery

Easy, do not buy it. It's crap. So that's my review. 1 star.
So, all those bad reviews I copied and posted on here are all now missing from CNET reviews. So, CNET reviews SUCK and can not be trust. CNET probably accepts money for removing bad reviews.
Finally some contact information.

The Boomerang Data Recovery brand is one of many exclusively distributed by Creationshop Limited, a Gibraltar company. However, this is just a mailing address who knows where the actual people behind this are.


Creationshop Limited

Suites 41/42 Victoria House, 26 Main Street
GX11 1AA Gibraltar
GIBRALTAR
phone:   +441613541019

Friday, June 22, 2012

People are getting the message!

A quote from Apple Discussions

"I really want my data back as I also have a backup of my Gateway's windows image on there. I looked up a software called Boomerang Data Recovery, but they want like 140 dollars for a basic licence, and not to mention I heard bad things about that company such as, scamming people, no customer service, etc."

Boomerang Data Recovery, VirtualLab Data Recovery, & Total Recall Data Recovery

I traced the following emails helpdesk@boomdrs.com, help@binarybiz.com,  and helpdesk@totalrecall.com they all originate from the ISP Electric Lighwave Inc with the IP 70.99.70.121. So they all originate from the same place

I then traced a mail I got from helpdesk@boomdrs.com using the headers  that were in the email, the ISP is TW Telecom located in Littleton Co.


Received: from web.grn-dc.com ([97.65.137.210])

I did a search for BinaryBiz Little Co and came of with the following:

BinaryBiz is a small, closely held company made up of software programmers and product designers that are commited to producing the finest data loss, recovery, hard drive drive repair and data management programs ever.  We have been developing web based software solutions for over 15 years. We are experts in filesystem and disk sub-systems, as well as Microsoft and Apple Certified Product Developers.  Our products have won numerous awards and rankings, and we have served the needs of more than 5 million users.
Contact information:
Country:United States
State:Colorado
City:Longmont
Postal address:700 Ken Pratt Blvd,
Postal code:80501
Telephone number:1+720-229-0166
Web page:http://www.binarybiz.com

This is address is a shopping mall and therefore the address most like goes to a Mail Boxes Etc.

Not to mention their purchase page is nearly identical

Compare Virtual Lab vs Boomerang Data Recovery

Another Red Flag! Boomerang Data Recovery anonymizes their email






So I wanted to run a trace using the Boomerang Data Recovery's email address helpdesk@boomdrs.com. So, I pulled up a header from an auto response email I received. What does one find ANONYMOUS


Delivered-To: xxxxxxxx@XXXXXXX
Received: by  with SMTP id q13cs91617qch;
        Thu, 9 Dec 2010 12:46:37 -0800 (PST)
Received: by 10.42.179.3 with SMTP id bo3mr1480199icb.271.1291927597402;
        Thu, 09 Dec 2010 12:46:37 -0800 (PST)
Return-Path: 
Received: from web.grn-dc.com ([97.65.137.210])
        by mx.google.com with ESMTP id f14si2249574vcm.141.2010.12.09.12.46.37;
        Thu, 09 Dec 2010 12:46:37 -0800 (PST)
Received-SPF: neutral (google.com: 97.65.137.210 is neither permitted nor denied by best guess record for domain of anonymous@web.grn-dc.com) client-ip=97.65.137.210;
Authentication-Results: mx.google.com; spf=neutral (google.com: 97.65.137.210 is neither permitted nor denied by best guess record for domain of anonymous@web.grn-dc.com) smtp.mail=anonymous@web.grn-dc.com
Received: (qmail 8284 invoked by uid 48); 9 Dec 2010 13:46:36 -0700
Date: 9 Dec 2010 13:46:36 -0700
Message-ID: <20101209204636.8283.qmail@web.grn-dc.com>
To: xxxxxxxx
Subject: [FSUY-446665]: Liscence
From: Boomerang 
Reply-To: "" 
X-Priority: 4 (Low)
To: XXXXXXXXXX
Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8


Hello XXXXXX,



   A request for assistance has been received. Our system has created a ticket for your issue. 



Following are ticket details - 

      Ticket ID: XXXXXXX 

      Subject: License 

      Department: Helpdesk 

      Priority: Low 

      Status: Open 



Our staff will assist you shortly 



You can update or reply ticket online at : http://www.boomdrs.com/support 

 Login details are: 

 User name: XXXXXXXXX 

 Password: xXXXXXXX