Tuesday, October 8, 2013


If you already have a cloud backup service, you are most likely paying anywhere from $49.99 to $199 a year!
Read Below To Find Out How Those Fees Come To An End!

Look, if you're a regular over at EyeOnWindows.com, you know that we don't typically endorse products – that's not our style. So, you know that when I do break out of the norm and willingly endorse something, it's because I know for a fact that it's worth it to you.

Now, most of you know me as Onuora – the CEO and founder of EyeOnWindows.com. Who you probably DON'T know is my buddy Rob Boirun (he pronounces that Byron of all things). If you keep reading you'll see that you are about to love this guy as much as I do, he's really hooking us up here.

A few weeks ago Rob contacted me about a new cloud storage service named DrivePop. It didn't sound like anything special when he was explaining it – it enables users to backup the contents of their Mac or PC to the cloud. I thought, what's the big deal? I already have a service like that and there are tons of them out there. Big whoop, right?

Well, get ready for this. Rob starts telling me that he really wants to get news of his service out there and in order to do that, he decided to provide me and all the EyeOnWindows.com visitors an exclusive offer.

NO monthly payments, NO recurring billing – EVER!

I bet you're loving Rob now! The thing is, everybody needs backup storage, it's just one of those things that goes along with owning a computer.

Whether you're an individual, a family, or a professional business, you can't have unexpected shut-downs, computer problems, power-surges, or theft destroying your precious and sensitive data and often-times erasing invaluable documents, pictures, and history forever.

It's a risk you just can't take.

So what do we do? We find a good cloud storage service and we pay the yearly fees – year after year after year. Of course, those services know we need them, so they never worry about you leaving.

Yet, Rob is offering all of the same stuff those other high-level cloud storage services are, but instead of paying year after year, you simply pay one flat fee – that's it!

DrivePop offers:

  • Unlimited backup space
  • Unthrottled bandwidth
  • Military grade AES-256 Encryption
  • Ability to stream music and movies from your account
  • File versioning (up to 30 versions)
  • You can view your files online, from any computer, anywhere in the world
  • Control panel and APP access
  • Unlimited computer usage
  • Access from any device (ipad, iPhone, Android, Windows RT, Win 8, Blackberry, etc...)


You're probably wondering by now what the catch is. First of all, I would never endorse a product that has any kind of catch (which is why I rarely ever personally endorse products in the first place).

The reason Rob is offering such a deal is simply because he wants to get the word out about his service. He trusts me and he thinks the people who visit EyeOnWindows.com are just the type to appreciate this service.

This is an exclusive offer, which means that not everybody is going to be able to take advantage of this – only you. Not only that, but this is a limited time offer. Rob has a business to run, after all, so he can't offer this deal forever.

Look, there's no pressure here but it's just common sense. You can pay between $500and $2000 within a 10 year period for all those other cloud storage services, or you can take advantage of this one-time special offer from my buddy Rob and never have to pay another yearly fee for backup storage again. Ever.

Rob has also told me to make sure everyone knows that each plan has a 30-day, no questions asked money-back guarantee.If for any reason whatsoever, you decide that you want your money back and that this service is not for you, simply contact his team and they'll issue a FULL  refund immediately. You're not going to have to jump through any hoops. You're not going to have to answer any questions. There are no cancellation fees involved – nothing but a straight-up return.

Now here are what some real life (no BS) DrivePop customers have to say about the service:

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