Here are three more recent reviews of ScanMyPhotos.com, the ecommerce photo digitization service. See excerpt, click on below title to read the entire review.
ON COMPUTERS We recently used ScanMyPhotos.com to have a big box of our favorite old photos scanned and placed on a DVD. They charged [$145] but it was worth it. We then used Kooboodle.com to store them online, and this was free.
THE JOYFUL ORGANIZER Now, there are so many better ways to organize, view, use and honor your photos. So how do you go from the boxes (or even totes!) full of photos to being able to use and see them? I decided that I was never going to find the time to scan them all in, label them and back them up. So I tried ScanMyPhotos.com
LIFE WITH RILEY Several weeks ago, I sent about 1,000 photos from boxes in my basement to a service called ScanMyPhotos. For a set fee, they will send you a pre-paid USPS box to fill with as many photos as you can fit in the box.
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