I might need more coffee this morning. You keep listing they keep apologizing and the violations pile up until you get banned. And as others have pointed out, you'd have no protection either if the buyer filed a claim against you. Back to the question: so if the eBay listing doesn't seem right, what about the other on ozsoftwarestore? I can just imagine the angry customers pouring into the person's shop or leaving negative feedback on their Ebay account when Microsoft shuts these keys down. No special activation method required. My personal experience with activating Windows, at least with retail licenses, is there is likely a time based aspect to the activation. Just remember if you buy a home key, it'll give you home 10 or a pro will give you a pro 10 version ect.
Probably more than you wanted to know and, as no one knows the details, perhaps some inaccuracies. While I would have to charge less for their competition, yet lose more due to postage per letter that I send out. It's just, everything is digital in these times. This license often directly forbids further sale of such keys. You can send the code digitally, you just need to get the physical code in their hands. Find out more about the differences between eBay. Will probably post later, I'm sure someone will rebuttal.
I am on the fence about software piracy, but buying a key that is not valid for you is worse, in my opinion, than straight out piracy as you are effectively paying somebody else for a pirate copy. So as a seller, looking at a buyers feedback is absolutely pointless. On moral grounds alone for being outright liars on their website I'd avoid them. A software pirate deprives the owner of the software of profits, I should maybe have said. There are loads and loads and loads of keys floating about. I started selling digital goods Steam Keys just this month, and I hit my seller cap very quickly. If my understanding is inaccurate, please let me know.
In my progress, Ebay had called me, saying that I was doing well with 30+ positive feedbacks in less than a month and wanted to know what I was doinig. So I continued my business as usual, and began making a logo and plans to start sending letters to each buyer, thanking them for their purchase. I would love to continue my digital business digitally. If you cannot afford to lose the amount you are receiving for the item, you should not be selling it. Is that what you wanted to hear? They are the middleman between you and the person selling these.
Or if even not that, could I at least send a letter without a tracking number? The key being sold on Amazon may also be a misused volume license keys. A retail key does not have such a restriction. It works, just like a normal key. Also please note that I did not neg you, and I do respect your perspective on the issue. The main purpose is for evaluation purposes.
For as they continue in their illegal activites under ebay's ToC, they have a much greater advantage than I do in selling. To protect the consumer of course. I get a convenient source, with some guarantee of security and avoid the risks and inconvenience that come with pirated software. I have done both of the above. You will also need to start using Delivery Confirmation.
Stand Out as the employee with proven skills. Or the license arm period expires and it is automatically deactivated. For this information, we have to inform you that it is not recommended by Microsoft to make purchases of these softwares as they are not official and genuine versions that are support by Microsoft activation. Or after earning a certain rating, that they can give me that option of only sending them digitally? I understand that Ebay is a deliverer of physical items, and that each buyer should physically receive confirmation of each item. This is where I am now, with a problem. He got my Windows activated and made no mention of the key's legitimacy or its message saying that it was used before. It's done digitally with an email from them.
Stolen or bought in the thousands. I am surprised you have not been scammed yet, but then again, I haven't been either. G2A have a facility to report a non-genuine key if it doesn't work straight away. What are your experience in buying this sort of software? I had a lot of reservation of my own because the pricing looked too good to be true or legitimate. They are illegal too, but equally don't impact the vendors profits if no sale was going to be made.
If it has you have no recourse if the seller does not want to resolve the issue. It worked for me so I could work for you. Windows 7 is available on eBay in a variety of editions and formats to suit your installation preferences. The problem is that, move it enough times, it won't automatically activate and you'll have to call Microsoft to activate the license. What am I missing that makes this even look remotely legit? Sending a broken piece of hardware to satisfy that requirement. He had then stated that I possibly should think about sending a letter to each of my buyers to confirm that the purchase was made. The only way to download genuine Microsoft software is through Microsoft.