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September 19, 2016, 09:09:06 AM
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You can use this in many AWS services like Elastic Compute Cloud, SES, and many more..

You can only buy $10 if you buy +3 more but if you one code only the price is $20

AngelHack 2016
$10 3 Codes: https://selly.gg/p/35670/81dad5
$20 1 Code: https://selly.gg/p/35672/983de9


AngelHack will be expired on December 31, 2017

Hackathon25 2016:
$10 3 Codes: https://selly.gg/p/35671/26f913
$20 1 Code: https://selly.gg/p/35673/04c96e

Hackathon will be expired on December 31, 2018

If you're looking for BULK, just PM me.

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September 19, 2016, 09:38:44 AM
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Would you be willing to give a vouch copy? I will give you a detailed review, just send me one of them AWS codes Smiley



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September 19, 2016, 10:39:43 AM
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I bought 3 allegedly Hackathon24 $200 codes for $30, none of them worked, not even in a newly created account where no code has been redeemed yet. He apparently sells just random strings.

This scammer just stole $30 from me. Avoid!

My list of 34 Bitcoin forks | You don't have to download the pre-fork blockchain again for each fork! | Beware of fraudulent AWS accounts sellers and dangerous edu AWS codes! + My personal list of legit sellers and scammers | Never publicly reveal your btc addresses, ownership or any other details and stay very far away from anybody who asks you to! | The general rule of safe buying is: if the seller is a newbie, with no reputation, with no topic nor trust feedback, offering no vouches and/or selling from a locked or self-moderated topic and unwilling to go first or use escrow => AVOID. Always check the trust feedback first and make sure that you have enabled "Show untrusted feedback by default" in "Profile / Forum Profile Information".
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September 19, 2016, 12:59:16 PM
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I bought 3 allegedly Hackathon24 $200 codes for $30, none of them worked, not even in a newly created account where no code has been redeemed yet. He apparently sells just random strings.

This scammer just stole $30 from me. Avoid!
Sorry for your loss bro, that's why always use an escrow or don't go first unless the user is trusted.
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September 19, 2016, 01:04:45 PM
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I bought 3 allegedly Hackathon24 $200 codes for $30, none of them worked, not even in a newly created account where no code has been redeemed yet. He apparently sells just random strings.

This scammer just stole $30 from me. Avoid!
Just post a proof dude, all my codes are working!

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