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Topic # 86408 6-Jul-2011 08:57
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Does anyone still use this service?

I've recently signed up for a trial, and thought its ok enough so I've requested my account to be upgraded to $50 annual.  Used the online interface but it keeps saysing "Coverting to...". 

I've emailed both feedback@backflip.co.nz and sales@backflip.co.nz but no response. What's with customer service these days? No phone numbers were found anywhere on their site.

I wouldn't be bothered with them if it wasn't for the unmetered deal with slingshot! Do I have to beg them to take my money!?

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  Reply # 489953 6-Jul-2011 10:24
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Customer service can be variable, but they should get to you eventually.

Yeah the free data is epic, that sold it for me

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  Reply # 491522 9-Jul-2011 21:51
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I have noticed with cheap online companies overseas, that some are now charging extra for priority support, so you get that as an option. Really they should be replying within a few hours during business hours, otherwise a backup service that doesn't have adecent customer service in case of problems  is a waste of time. There isn't really any excuse for a slow reply time.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 491664 10-Jul-2011 15:22
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I havent uploaded to it for ages because it seems that with the reinstall of windows, it wants to back everything up to it again. Total fail like that, or if I have moved files between drives it wants to upload that again instead of moving it in the backup.

Cant handle drive letter changes either. I would like to find a really fast national connection and take my PC to it and do the initial backup of a few TB, but I dont know anyone with one anymore :(




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  Reply # 492256 11-Jul-2011 23:47
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richms: I havent uploaded to it for ages because it seems that with the reinstall of windows, it wants to back everything up to it again. Total fail like that, or if I have moved files between drives it wants to upload that again instead of moving it in the backup.

Cant handle drive letter changes either. I would like to find a really fast national connection and take my PC to it and do the initial backup of a few TB, but I dont know anyone with one anymore :(


The software they use allows for an initial seed of the data (not sure whether they have disabled this or not), however you should be able to send them a USB drive for them to import.

Other providers using the same software allow this type of initial seed.

 

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