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Hi my name is Paul. I called this company a few days ago with a stubborn virus I could not get out. Another remote company tried but said the computer had to be reformatted. That is not an option for me because of all the data I have. Well to make a long story short, Joe did a session with my system and within about 2 hours, the computer was fixed with no reformat! This company was my saving grace. Would recommend to anybody. Thanks again, guys.
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