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September 13, 2021, 01:32:12 AM
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I contacted Dave regarding being unable to access my tokens in Trust wallet. He responded quickly with links on where to go and how to recover my tokens using my Json file and password. Dave never even charged me for his advice. You can't get anymore genuine than that. Very knowledgeable and helpful.
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October 30, 2021, 09:12:15 PM
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I have few Bitcoin Core wallets with 165 BTC, 200 BTC, 19 BTC and few more.
Can you help me Dave ?
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December 21, 2021, 10:02:28 AM
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Dave is awesome  Grin

tl;dr - Lost part of my seed, nowhere to turn to, Dave saved me, it was a blast to work with him, Dave is awesome.

Longer version - Having lost part of my seed phrase, and having explored many other people, tech and ideas, I finally succombed to contact Dave, that I'd heard of on forums for years.

It's a hard decision, because you do not know him, where he lives or any other information, and everyon's taking a risk by sending him quasi-passwords or almost-seeds. But I had nowhere else to turn, and so I decided to trust him.

And it turns out it was a good idea. After a year (!) of work, tests, experiments, he was able to crack the missing words of my seed phrase, and return my funds, minus the pre-agreed price for the service.

Dave is honest, efficient, and an amazing communicator : he always answers, is very articulate and deliberate. All in all, it's been absolutely fantastic to work with him, and he deserves every penny of his payment.

Long story short : if you're lost and afraid, Ping dave Smiley  Shocked
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February 21, 2022, 10:05:54 PM
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Two thumbs up for Dave. Finally was able to recover a wallet I sent back in December of 2013(!).

He just contacted me out of the blue and let me know that he was ready to send out my funds.

Highly, highly recommended!!
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October 01, 2022, 06:22:46 PM
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Hi
I have put together a service to help you recover your wallet password (for your encrypted bitcoin wallet) if you have forgotten it.
Refer to walletrecoveryservices.com
I hope this will be useful to someone.

(and before you ask, no, this isn't a scam to steal your bitcoins! Smiley)
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Dave


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Still thinking that it's scam? RichG, you wrote this ~10 years ago when Dave established his business. Now you can read many many reviews, articles, ... I couldn't find one bad review.

HONEST

Dave, thanks for your wonderful work!
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November 21, 2022, 08:39:04 AM
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Hi, Dave!

I've been reading a lot of great things about your work, and I'm unfortunately in need of your services.

I've used my Trezor wallet once last year, had gone through the initial set-up, did a test transfer, and proceeded to stash all of my coins into it. I didn't know that it was going to be my downfall. I really do not remember ever being asked to enter a passphrase during the initial setup. I've been trying to recover it with my best efforts but to no avail.
 
I know that being a new member on this forum can easily make people dismiss my case, but I can provide proof of my claim. I am just someone who made a really awful mistake. I was quietly HODLing my BTC, hence why I was never really active on forums. The purpose of me posting this is to also have some sort of documentation of this process, whichever way it might go. I would like to offer you more than 20% of your required fee--I'm pledging to give you 4 BTC if you ever do recover it.

Hoping to get a response from you soon.

Thanks and stay safe.
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November 21, 2022, 09:43:52 AM
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Hi, Dave!

I've been reading a lot of great things about your work, and I'm unfortunately in need of your services.

I've used my Trezor wallet once last year, had gone through the initial set-up, did a test transfer, and proceeded to stash all of my coins into it. I didn't know that it was going to be my downfall. I really do not remember ever being asked to enter a passphrase during the initial setup. I've been trying to recover it with my best efforts but to no avail.
 
I know that being a new member on this forum can easily make people dismiss my case, but I can provide proof of my claim. I am just someone who made a really awful mistake. I was quietly HODLing my BTC, hence why I was never really active on forums. The purpose of me posting this is to also have some sort of documentation of this process, whichever way it might go. I would like to offer you more than 20% of your required fee--I'm pledging to give you 4 BTC if you ever do recover it.

Hoping to get a response from you soon.

Thanks and stay safe.

Hi Splashboard, I'm happy to help.  I've sent a response to your follow-up email.

Dave

Providing Cryptocurrency Wallet, Password and Seed Recovery Services since 2013
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November 21, 2022, 11:38:36 AM
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Hi, Dave!

I've been reading a lot of great things about your work, and I'm unfortunately in need of your services.

I've used my Trezor wallet once last year, had gone through the initial set-up, did a test transfer, and proceeded to stash all of my coins into it. I didn't know that it was going to be my downfall. I really do not remember ever being asked to enter a passphrase during the initial setup. I've been trying to recover it with my best efforts but to no avail.
 
I know that being a new member on this forum can easily make people dismiss my case, but I can provide proof of my claim. I am just someone who made a really awful mistake. I was quietly HODLing my BTC, hence why I was never really active on forums. The purpose of me posting this is to also have some sort of documentation of this process, whichever way it might go. I would like to offer you more than 20% of your required fee--I'm pledging to give you 4 BTC if you ever do recover it.

Hoping to get a response from you soon.

Thanks and stay safe.

Hi Splashboard, I'm happy to help.  I've sent a response to your follow-up email.

Dave

Hi Dave,

I've responded to your e-mail. I am hoping for the best outcome here.

Good luck to us both.

Thanks

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November 22, 2022, 01:20:39 AM
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Hi, Dave!

I've been reading a lot of great things about your work, and I'm unfortunately in need of your services.

I've used my Trezor wallet once last year, had gone through the initial set-up, did a test transfer, and proceeded to stash all of my coins into it. I didn't know that it was going to be my downfall. I really do not remember ever being asked to enter a passphrase during the initial setup. I've been trying to recover it with my best efforts but to no avail.
 
I know that being a new member on this forum can easily make people dismiss my case, but I can provide proof of my claim. I am just someone who made a really awful mistake. I was quietly HODLing my BTC, hence why I was never really active on forums. The purpose of me posting this is to also have some sort of documentation of this process, whichever way it might go. I would like to offer you more than 20% of your required fee--I'm pledging to give you 4 BTC if you ever do recover it.

Hoping to get a response from you soon.

Thanks and stay safe.

Hi Splashboard, I'm happy to help.  I've sent a response to your follow-up email.

Dave

Hi Dave,

I've responded to your e-mail. I am hoping for the best outcome here.

Good luck to us both.

Thanks


I'm here with an update! Dave really, truly is the magician that everyone claims he is--it hasn't even been 4 hours when he emailed me with the good news. I was so stup1d and careless. More importantly, he is an honest and trustworthy person. It leaves me in awe how he's so dedicated to his work, and preserving its integrity. Just wow. I'm proud to say I'm one of the people he has saved (from financial ruin, in my case).

As I have pledged, Dave was paid the 4 BTC he was owed. Much deserved. For what it's worth, you have my respect. I will also name my next child after you. This community is very lucky to have you.

I wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

To everyone else, hope you never have a brush with death (Passphrase of Death as I call it).
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October 04, 2023, 08:44:06 PM
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