Get 1,000 Photos Scanned for Just $19 at ScanMyPhotos

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HUGE SAVINGS on ScanMyPhotos at Groupon – Expires TODAY!

Are you sitting on hundreds, if not thousands, of color 4″x6″ photos that need to be scanned? The 4×6 color print is the most common for photos from the 1980s to the present and who has time to scan these on a flatbed scanner? For just $19 (regularly $179.95), you can send your photos to ScanMyPhotos and get them digitized in a jiffy!

Choose from Three Options at ScanMyPhotos

  • $19 for photo scanning with conversion to DVD (up to $179.95 value)
  • $29 for photo scanning with conversion to an 8GB flash drive (up to $195.99 value)
  • $29 for photo scanning with conversion to a same-day cloud upload (up to $199.99 value)

Technicians scan and convert up to 1,000 4”x6” prints into high-resolution (300-dpi) digital files, then archive them in one of three ways—on DVD, on a flash drive, or on a secure online cloud server. Return shipping and handling is included with this voucher, so you can still keep the prints to use.

IMPORTANT: Click HERE to read the Photo Preparation Procedures!

ACT FAST! This is a short-term offer and the sale is valid TODAY ONLY Sunday, February 25th! Click HERE to shop – via Groupon.


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