Mr. Hearn worked with eProvided in December of 2020.
Brad Hearn from Mobile Alabama
Brad Hearn of Mobile Alabama – Worked with us at eProvided Data Recovery. He started a service, paid for services and then stole from us. Furthermore, this was done by telling his bank he does not remember the transaction. I am in touch with the House of Representatives and spoke directly with the fraud department at Square where we handled our primary credit card payments. We spoke with Brad many times on voice, sent invoices. In addition, we even have his IP information that shows he started the service from an IP address in Mobile Alabama.
This person is dishonest and lies to his financial institutions in our opinion. These days people lie to their banking institutions about transactions with companies like us. eProvided has no tolerance for unethical practices.
Also to note, Brad used a company looking email mention.
eProvided does not like customers that are dishonest. Likewise, Brad Hearn from Mobile Alabama, use caution when dealing with this individual.
eProvided Customer Brad Hearn in Mobile Alabama Fills out form for data recovery below
188.8.131.52 – – [15/Dec/2020:14:02:38 -0700] “GET customer_code=GUFTFD HTTP/1.1” 200 12260 “https://www.eprovided.com/newdata/” “Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/87.0.4280.88 Safari/537.36”
- From this URL: https://www.eprovided.com/newdata/
- And our “Thank You” page which in his case WAS: https://www.eprovided.com/thank-you/
- IP was: 184.108.40.206. In addition, IP from Mobile Alabama.
- All IP details HERE: https://whatismyip.live/ip/220.127.116.11
- Likewise, his ISP Provider is Comcast.
- Zip Code: 36608
- Date [15/Dec/2020:14:02:38 -0700]
- Browser: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/87.0.4280.88 Safari/537.36″
- As a result, eProvided created a customer ID: GUFTFD.
- Details of location on company form page. Here and throughout, Brad Hearn stated this info when filling out the form, his address and all important details.
- Moreover, December 16 we called Brad: 251-423-XXXX and Brad answered stating it was him. We told him on this voice call verbally that there would be a lab fee to begin data recovery on his damaged SSD drive.
- Even more, the very next day December 17, he called us directly and told us to proceed with attempting the data recovery. Quitnie who handles all administration sent Brad an invoice via Square using the email he supplied to us being: email@example.com.
- The Lab Fee is specifically mentioned on Brad’s invoice as a ‘Lab Fee’ and says: This is a ‘Lab Fee’ to begin a data recovery attempt on your memory device. Also, by making the payment you have read and understand all the information provided on our phone calls and via our communications via email, the status updates pages, etc. There are no guarantees of success in recovering the data. In addition, time to complete guesstimate 4-8 weeks.