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Scanning your family photos for safekeeping? Special offer from this company, Larsen Digital

With all the talk of floods and wildfires, isn’t it time you scanned your family photos for safekeeping?
Better Safe Than Sorry: Scan Family Photos Before It’s TOO LATE!

Thomas MacEntee; GeneaBloggers 6-15-2015

Larsen Digital

As I write this, Chicago is in the middle of another rainy day with flash flood warnings. While I live on the 3rd floor of my building, my family photos are still prone to water damage . . . what if there were a leak in the roof right over my office?

And after living close to 20 years in California with the threat of wildfires, I saw too many examples of genealogists losing precious family photos.

After I inherited thousands of photos recently, I decided to hire a company to do the scanning for me. They were quick, easy to work with and the price was fantastic. Now I’m ready to share a special offer from this company, Larsen Digital.

15¢ Photo Scanning to Digital Format – Exclusive Offer for Fans and Friends of GeneaBloggers

Converting photos to digital has never been easier! Just send in your loose photos to Larsen Digital and they will put them on a disc for just 15¢ per photo!

Now is the time to stop procrastinating and pull out your boxes of photos and finally get them all converted to digital. All you need to do is get them to Larsen Digital and they will take care of the rest by creating high quality digital images from all your photos.

Click here for the PDF form with instructions on how to take advantage of this great offer!
FREE return shipping on all orders over $100. Photos will be scanned at 300 DPI Jpeg and saved on a disc. This deal will be available until June 30th.
To protect the scanner and the photos, this offer is valid on:
• Photos sized 3×5 – 8×10
• Photos must be loose and not mounted
• Photos need to be in good condition
• Photos should not have sticky adhesive residue
• Photos can’t be cut into odd shapes
• Scanning does not include any retouching or color adjustment services.
I swear by Larsen Digital and their work; click here to see a recent review posted at GeneaBloggers.

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