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Moderator Comment: Members of our community have alerted us to the questionable nature of this deal. While we do not condone any unethical or illegal behavior, we believe discussion and debate helps our community make informed decisions. Please read, comment if you'd like, and proceed with caution. — Apr. 21, 2017 @ 9:48pm
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You may have gotten working windows keys right now, but no way are they legit. Think of it, how are they getting Microsoft to sell them these keys for so little? No way they're truly legit. Maybe they'll forever work, maybe they won't. But not legit.

Steam keys keys will work almost always even from non legit places, steam doesn't have many measures to combat it. Microsoft is another story.

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these MUST be used in conjunction with specific types of purchaces of hardware from authorized mfgrs (toshiba, western digital, seagate, hitachi, amd, asus, etc).
You do NOT need to buy a whole computer, but you must purchace combinatio9ns of motherboards, hard drives, etc.

The key will work on installation, but it will check the combination of hardware changes and after a hile, you'll find you just wasted your money bvecause it will be deactivated if you do not qualify. THEN try, just try, to get your money back from this unscrupulous retailer

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I hate when new member post scams, and possibly self-promotion.
Yeah, he had two laptops that need new OS's. RIGHT

Get a clue you're buying from a retailer called cdkeyhouse

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good luck with Windows Update and these keys...

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i have used keys from them for xbox live and windows 10 pro upgrade and have never had any issue for what its worth.

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I can't find much online of this being a scam, but seems fishy (new member posts it....another new member vouches for it...hmm).

Why do they need my address and birthday ? They going to send me a present?

Going to pass. Possible that they are stolen via an odm, will work for a while but then as soon as someone buys a new computer with this key associated with it and activates it, then this key will be invalidated. I'll pass but if anyone knows a legit source pass it along.

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i have been a lurker but could probably post something to verify my purchase if anyone actually cared that much.

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There's no way to quickly verify these keygen codes.

The code you get from this type of purchase could last a few days or as much as a few months, but sooner or later it will be flagged as bogus.

And, of course, there are no refunds.

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sauceyapple said:   You may have gotten working windows keys right now, but no way are they legit. Think of it, how are they getting Microsoft to sell them these keys for so little? No way they're truly legit. Maybe they'll forever work, maybe they won't. But not legit.

Steam keys keys will work almost always even from non legit places, steam doesn't have many measures to combat it. Microsoft is another story.

  I am sure they are legit. I know when I went to Microsoft Store in Seattle, I bought Windows licenses there for $10-20 each myself.

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harrisonh said:   I hate when new member post scams, and possibly self-promotion.
Yeah, he had two laptops that need new OS's. RIGHT

Get a clue you're buying from a retailer called cdkeyhouse

  New Member?  WTF?  I have been here way longer than you sir.  And this ISN'T A SCAM.  And your information about it being specific to certain hardware is not true.  Please don't post wrong information.

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I can't believe you guys are this pathetic and push this into the RED. Like I said, I have been to microsoft and bought keys for $10-20 each at their own store.

Also, a lot of times they send you a picture of the sticker not just the code.

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mxmissile said:   good luck with Windows Update and these keys...
  Works just fine. Don't speak of something you don't have a clue about.

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