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Old 04-26-2004, 05:55 PM
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VBulletin and Other License Sales - Beware!


Be very careful when purchasing VBulletin licenses from sources other than VBulletin.com. The license may be valid and alive at the time you purchase it, however if the original purchaser issues a successful chargeback against VBulletin in the subsequent weeks or months then this will invalidate your license.

It is important to note that WebHostingTalk does not support, endorse or in anyway guarantee the purchase of any goods through this forum including VBulletin.

If you are saving only a small fraction then we recommend purchasing directly from the official vendor.

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Old 03-08-2006, 09:05 PM
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May I point out that as per today our transfer policy has changed?
We no longer allow leased licenses to be transferred and we no longer allow expired owned licenses to be transferred. If a user has a owned license they have to renew it first before they can transfer this.

All the best,
Floris Fiedeldij Dop
vBulletin Sales/Support Team
Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

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