Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery – again.

Hello again friends-

It happens all the time. While maneuvering through the Internet, I seemingly never stop finding the competition stealing the text off of my website, changing the names from “Mission Repair” to “Their Company” and then pasting the “unique” text onto their website and calling it their own. Take a look at our Got Repair warranty page for example, I personally wrote this and if you see it on ANY other website, I’d be skeptical:

Let’s get to the bottom of this exclusive program at Mission Repair.  The number one service we perform is fixing cracked screens for many different products.  Even worse, we’ve seen many repeat customers for the same repair.  Mission Repair wants to stand out among the competition by offering benefits with our repairs that other businesses don’t.

Allow us to elaborate:

  • Think of it as “The Real Lifetime Warranty”.  Check the competition.  When they offer lifetime warranties, this doesn’t include breakage again on the part you had repaired.  What good is a lifetime warranty on a piece of glass that only fails when it breaks?  Our “Got Repair” program covers re-repairing damaged glass and screens.
  • Think of it as a “Thank You” for coming back to Mission Repair.  If you have your device repaired with us, you already know that it can be broken.  And if you should somehow accidentally or intentionally damage it again, we want you to come back to Mission Repair.  We would make more money by charging you full price but you may decide not to repair your device more than once.  Our “Got Repair” program benefits encourage repeat business with a special thank you to every Mission Repair customer.
  • Think of it as the “New Standard” in which services should be performed.  Mission Repair pioneers many programs and we set the standard for the market.
  • Think of it as the opposite of “Insurance”.  Insurance is just that.  You buy insurance “in case” something happens to your unit.  If nothing happens, you still pay.  Additionally, most insurance plans require a deductible and stringent rules to filing a claim.  Our “Got Repair” benefits cost you nothing up front.  Rather, we charge a small service fee for any repeat repair.  You can have the unit re-repaired once or 1000 times, this service fee will remain the same.

Let’s see how it works in real life:

  • Order a service that includes the “Got Repair” Benefits. Our iPhone 3GS Glass Repair Service is an excellent EXAMPLE and the product picture looks like this on our website:

  • We’ll then perform our Award Winning Service like usual and get the repaired unit back in your hands.  We are in the business of Nationwide 24 Hour Service.
  • Then at ANY TIME in the future, if you break this same iPhone 3GS Glass again we’ll repair it for a $20 “Got Repair” Service Fee.  Remember, you can have the same unit re-repaired as many times as you’d like, there is NO LIMIT. NOTE – THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE IPHONE 3GS GOT REPAIR SERVICE FEE. DIFFERENT FEES APPLY TO DIFFERENT REPAIRS.

Mission Repair, The Intelligent Choice.

Want to know how much your “Got Repair” will be?  Just find your service on our site and add to cart!  Need to use your benefit?  Just call 866-638-8402 and tell the representative “Got Repair!”

FAQ’s and Terms of the “GOT REPAIR” program.


I’ve said it before, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery (even when others mock me about it) and I stand by it.  It does feel good that other businesses want to participate in the freedom of starting and working for one’s self.  However stealing my copyrighted material doesn’t sit well with me.  For your information, our “Got Repair” warranty is the best in the business, it was created here at Mission Repair by myself, and continues to be the shining point of Mission Repair which keeps us on the edge and in the forefront of the industry.  We are here for you, our customers, and we’re not imposters.  I encourage you when you’re shopping around to verify who you’re working with. At Mission Repair you’ll get me, my management staff, and all 30+ of my employees on your side. Have a great day, thanks for reading.

Best, Ryan

That MacBook causing you issues?

When you’re trying to write the next report and find that pinwheel spinning endlessly on your desktop…it’s a frustrating thing. Do you have nightmares about the multicolored pinwheel that just spins in your face? Stop pulling your hair out – those issues don’t just fix themselves.


Call us if you’re having Mac problems. We understand that there are a lot of benefits of working on Macs over Windows laptops, but they are not bullet proof. Yes it’s true there is no real “virus threat” and Macs are significantly ahead of the Microsoft based software system that you’re used to in terms of viruses. But the Mac software is susceptible to bad hardware and “clogged” software and when it chokes, it goes down hard.

Mission Repair can fix the issue, and we offer free diagnosis. Why? Because if you want to know what’s wrong with your computer, we’ll tell ya. And if you want your computer repaired, you’re going to know that we’ll take care of you.

Remember “Mission Repair” for your computer repair needs – with a free diagnosis and no obligation for repairs – you’re in a win-win situation. And you’ll never have to stare at this again:


Unless you like that sort of thing 😉

Take, care, Ryan

Is it worth repairing that old iPod?

Good morning everyone-

The title poses a good question. And there certainly is a “breaking point” as to when a device is NOT worth repairing. There are a lot of factors involved and everyone’s decision is based on preference.

Let’s take that old iPod you have in the junk drawer – let’s say it’s a 4th Gen iPod touch with a cracked screen and you can’t get it to work because it’s cracked. You have a decision to make – because in this same example you already purchased a replacement iPod, are happy with it and it’s doing well. But you couldn’t bring yourself to toss the broken iPod into the trash but also can’t decide on what to do with it. Well you can have this repaired at Mission Repair for just $59.

Thoughtful business woman

Ok, but then what?

Well, since you’re at a loss on what to do with the iPod already and the unit has been deemed “junk”, and you’ve taken the plunge on buying a new one- you’ve got an iPod paperweight that just taking up junk drawer space. For $59 you have have a 4th Gen iPod that now becomes a great backup, gym pod, Christmas gift or a device that can be passed down to a sibling or child.

It makes sense to start a youngster on a $59 iPod rather than buying new.

Since you know that iPods are breakable, you don’t need to add additional stress giving a unit to a child that was full price, right? Are the possibilities making sense?

Frankly in most cases it does make sense to have your old device repaired. We’ve performed over 100,000 services in the last few years and the proof couldn’t be more evident. Give us a call if you’d like a no obligation quote over the phone. Just dial 866-638-8402 and we’ll be happy to take care of you.

Have a great day, Ryan

Let’s break bread amongst friends.

Hi folks, it smelled great at the Arter house last night; I made a new bread recipe (this one is sourdough) and it was so good that I basically had bread for dinner last night.


A little spreadable butter on hot fresh bread just about can’t be beat!

So I’m going to confess that I grind my own flour in my basement. Some people think that’s a bit odd – and it may be – but I find a sense of satisfaction when take whole wheat kernels and turn them into something delicious with a little time and patience. Next I want to try to make some sweet Hawaiian bread – yeah. We have been on a big “King’s Hawaiian Bread” kick lately so I’m going to give the Hawaiian bread a whirl. Wow to pair it up with some teriyaki chicken and rice would be a great idea…I’m hungry for dinner already.

Would a loaf of fresh homemade bread be a decent Christmas present for someone?

Well since I’m not a butcher, baker or candlestick maker for a living…I’m an electronics repair business owner…I’ll stick to what I know best. That’s repairing iPods and iPhones. In the meantime I’ll keep using the family as my test subjects for my new recipes and I’ll report back when they are good!

Happy Holidays,