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November 05, 2011, 03:14:54 AM
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I've used this key for over a year and have installed/reinstalled windows at least 10 dozens times on a plethora of different machines. Anyways, for what it's worth, I don't know if it's legit... I just know it works.
So in other words, you are selling a pirated key for $60?

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Some might disagree - certainly the OP who specifically requested legitimate licenses for a client. Microsoft might also deem you a scammer.

[Edit] And offering to sell pirated Microsoft keys from a traceable account name? Seriously?
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November 05, 2011, 06:10:48 PM
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*BUMP*

kcmastrpc sent me a PM trying to justify why he was offering to sell the OP license keys that he admitted were not legitimate, saying that he was doing nothing wrong. He then deleted his messages in this thread.

He then asked me to delete my post above.

I will not. I think it needs to be on record that he tried to sell Windows licenses he didn't have the authority to sell for $60 to someone who specifically requested legitimate licenses.

As a software developer, it pisses me off to see people make money off of other people's hard work like this - even if it is microsoft. Theft is theft.

I took screenshots and passed them to Microsoft along with details of your company. That's how strongly I feel about this issue.
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November 05, 2011, 07:23:08 PM
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You're a troll. I told you that I had mistakenly assumed that resale was permitted. In no way am I interested in selling a non-transferable VLK. You also took my statement ouf of context. I explained that you nor Microsoft had any legal recourse because there was no transaction, therefore no laws had been broken.

I have an impeccable trading record and I am not interested in screwing that up or breaking any laws. I am however human and prone to make errors. That was my mistake. In any case, I've politely asked you to remove that information, twice now. I'll be contacting the moderators of this forum for assistance. I don't appreciate slander, especially since I have not done anything wrong.

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November 06, 2011, 04:23:34 AM
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You're a troll. I told you that I had mistakenly assumed that resale was permitted. In no way am I interested in selling a non-transferable VLK. You also took my statement ouf of context. I explained that you nor Microsoft had any legal recourse because there was no transaction, therefore no laws had been broken.
I am not a troll. I am someone who has invested heavily into bitcoin, and I hate the community being full of scammers and fraudsters.
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I have an impeccable trading record and I am not interested in screwing that up or breaking any laws. I am however human and prone to make errors. That was my mistake. In any case, I've politely asked you to remove that information, twice now. I'll be contacting the moderators of this forum for assistance. I don't appreciate slander, especially since I have not done anything wrong.

I'll remove the links to your personal info, though you are hardly anonymous. Anyone with 2 minutes and google can find out who you are.
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November 06, 2011, 11:16:09 AM
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Seems fine. He's stated what is what and isn't trying to mislead anyone. It's your own prerogative whether you want it or not.
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November 07, 2011, 09:31:28 AM
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Aw, I get all the shit spam.  I got a PM from this guy https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=41052 who starts off by calling me BRO in all caps.

In the defense of the guy, he was spamming me with some ad services he is going to run, which I did have a thread somewhat about.  However if he read the thread like a good spammer, he would see I would be the one taking ads, not buying any, porn never needs to be advertised on the internet  Cheesy   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=49361.0

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