About Failproof Technologies

Failproof Technologies, LLC was founded on the basis of providing "Fail-proof" services to everyone. We want all of our friends, family, and other customers to be able to go somewhere to get something done, and know that at the end of the day, they will be satisfied with the results. Here at Failproof Technologies, we promise that anytime you come to us for help, you will be completely satisfied with the results. Otherwise you get your money back, guaranteed!

In late 2016, Failproof Technologies, LLC was founded by Jeremy Fail when his sister Jordyn launched her new photography business and website Failproof Photography, which he helped design. When Jeremy started learning web development, he decided he would expand the Failproof brand, so he started developing an official website for the company. In Late 2017, Failproof Technologies was officially founded and the Failproof Brand was expanded.

Here at Failproof Technologies, we believe that everyone should be treated equally and that if a promise is made, it should be kept, and we will do everything in our power to make things right. We will make sure that if you come to us for anything, that you will leave us happier than when you came. This is not our mission, it's our passion; to make sure everyone leaves us happier. That's why if for whatever reason you are unsatisfied with our services, if you let us know within 30 days, you will get your money back, guaranteed!

About the CEO

Jeremy Fail is currently working on an Associate's degree in Computer Science at Salt Lake Community College. He plans to get a Bachelor's once he has completed his AS. He's currently working full time at SwipeClock Workforce Management where he is a Support Technician working to help support clients and partners.

Jeremy has played the piano since he was 6 years old, and the organ since he was 13. He loves to play the piano and organ in his free time. He likes to spend time with his friends and family, and enjoys playing video games. He also likes to take apart and fix computers as a sort of side-job.