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Reiteration about Free Consultation for Tool to Restore MS SQL Server Database

Gothenburg, Sweden, May 11, 2012: – This release has been issued by the SQL Recovery software developer company in order to re-inform the users about the free of cost consultation the company provides to the users if they have any queries or doubts regarding the functionality or technological inputs of the Microsoft MDF repair tool. The release has been published in favor of the users who contacted the support department of the organization confirming if the consultation about the software application was free or charged by the company.

After buying the software or even downloading the demo version of the tool the users are given free consultation regarding the software functionalities and technicalities as well as working if asked for. The support department handles the consultation procedure and answers to all the queries of the clients relating to the MDF repair tool that helps repair corrupt SQL database.

Evan Swans, Director of Product Development gave the following statement: “The Company has always taken care of its users and tried its level best in providing high level of convenience and effortlessness to the users because our main motto is the provision of technology along with ease. It has been mentioned in the release itself that the company has issued this release in order to clear out the doubts of the users i.e. whether the consultation given regarding the software to Restore MS SQL Server Database is free or charged.”

Joseph Cain, Head of Support Department was quoted as saying: “My team had received a few queries from the users’ end confirming about the charges of the consultation given by the company hence, we wanted to clear it out through this release that the consultation is absolutely free of cost for the users who buy the SQL MDF recovery tool as well as for the users who download free SQL Recovery version.” http://sql-recovery.weebly.com/

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