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FileSavr is a simple free file hosting website that lets you upload, host and share large files online for free. FileSavr gives you a whopping 10 GB file size limit allowing you to upload and share pretty much any file out there.

From the Page:

FileSavr’s goal is to simply the process of file hosting. We provide fastest and easiest file hosting service as an alternative to sites like MegaUpload and RapidShare. Unlike the other sites, we do not force users to sign up for paid accounts to download files, we do not show long countdown timers, pop up ads, or any other spam related activities.

large file hosting and sharing

The process of uploading files is as simple as it could be. There are no sign-ups, email requests or confirmations. Just click the “upload” button, select the file you want to host, and wait until it gets uploaded to FileSavr. Once finished, bookmark the file URL and use it to share and download files from any computer.


  • Host and share large files online. Max. file size 10 GB.
  • No sign-ups, download countdown timers or pop up ads.
  • Share files with others by forwarding a URL.
  • The files are kept online as long as they are regularly downloaded.

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  1. Harvest
    October 23, 2008 at 12:28 pm

    POS email harvest "company" for spamming and scamming!! I'm sure they sift thru uploaded files to see is anything is useful for id theft as well.

  2. AcidGlow
    October 18, 2008 at 12:21 pm

    FileSavr is a fraud site as many might have noticed. It seems to be used for email harvesting.

  3. Jose
    September 11, 2008 at 11:51 am

    Jose Says:

    This site is FAKE and a rip off. You send in files and they are gone forever. They never show in your “account”. They do not respond to emails. Who knows where your info goes. Don’t send anything here that you don’t want everyone to know.

  4. slickone
    September 11, 2008 at 12:49 am

    This is on slickdeals, but there are signs that this could be a file / email harvesting site that steals private info.

    Beware of putting sensitive info on there.

  5. chief
    August 30, 2008 at 8:28 am

    But how do you delete the file off the server?

  6. bob
    August 30, 2008 at 8:15 am

    This must be the no-signup hosting service with the largest limit! Fantastic, thanks for this!

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