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Win10 professional, it's an OEM version. £12.25 scdkey

£12.25 @ scdkey
Saw this bargain price for the Win10 professional, it's an OEM version. If anyone is looking to upgrade? It's not bad value from what Microsoft want for the operating system. Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Saw this bargain price for the Win10 professional, it's an OEM version. If anyone is looking to upgrade? It's not bad value from what Microsoft want for the operating system.
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Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.
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Always curious that these dodgy deals that are based in a shed in China or a bedroom in Bosnia never get pulled yet other VAT and Tax paying UK companies are banned from having deals posted. I can't imagine why this could possibly be happening but clearly just slips through the net..........


Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 08, 2016 11:01
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gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.
watch as people ignore your experience, upvote and purchase it anyway!

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#1
Repost, but still good reminder - heat
2 Likes #2
OEM version? For real? Unlikely...
#3
i take it these are safe
#4
RedRain
i take it these are safe
110% legit. :D

Groan here we go again...................
#5
incredibl
Repost, but still good reminder - heat

this is cheaper than the previous post.
1 Like #6
JC2MULTIPLAYER000
OEM version? For real? Unlikely...

Indeed. This is most likely a volume licence key being sold against the rules (EULA) so Microsoft will most likely revoke it at some future point.
It is basically the same as bootlegging Windows (except for not having to install any potentially dodgy bootloaders which could be rootkits).
About the only thing which might work for these is what was pointed out in previous threads: get one of these dodgy keys for Win7/8 and use it to upgrade to Win10 so that Microsoft give you a new key. Then the new key Microsoft give you *might* not get revoked. Or at least that is the opinion, but you'd think it would be trivial for Microsoft to associate the old key to the new one and revoke both!
3 Likes #7
piracy is icey cold.
#8
if revoked dont you just by a new key or does the system lock down also have their been any reports of this using this site
13 Likes #9
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.
5 Likes #10
gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.
watch as people ignore your experience, upvote and purchase it anyway!
1 Like #11
gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.

Looks like Microsoft were very quick there.
#12
gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.
OK
#13
shaz2sxy
gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.
OK

Vendor didn't make the refund easy. I think its my first referral to Paypal in a couple of years and thankfully they saw the light.
#14
Piracy 10 good....Windows 10 bad.... ;)
6 Likes #15
Always curious that these dodgy deals that are based in a shed in China or a bedroom in Bosnia never get pulled yet other VAT and Tax paying UK companies are banned from having deals posted. I can't imagine why this could possibly be happening but clearly just slips through the net..........


Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 08, 2016 11:01
#16
Seriously? Piracy keys being sold here? Bought a few of these! Thought hukd were very selective about the companies listings...is this a sign of things to come?
#17
Don't count on a Paypal claim, some have success but digital items are excluded from their guarantee.
2 Likes #18
You can still upgrade for free! Just use the Windows 10 Accessibility Ugrade!

If you don't have any windows you can also download & install Windows 7, use that well known loader (keeps whites white than white?) & it will install a genuine key, then upgrade using the accessibility upgrade & you'll have a free legit windows 10.

Of course I'm not suggesting anyone should do anything so nefarious...
#19
Is this the same deal as was posted before which some said was from a dodgy website??
#20
cold - illegal
#21
How about a Windows Server 2016 180-day trial and just reformat every 6 months?
#22
Why do HUKD keep allowing these to be posted?
1 Like #23
Weenie Beenie
Why do HUKD keep allowing these to be posted?

Cause they get paid for every purchase :) Good to see Quidco/"Pepper Deals Ltd" endorse piracy.

I can post a link to it even cheaper but wont be allowed because they wont get paid. The site is run by some randomers in China too.



Edited By: kiish on Dec 08, 2016 13:11
#24
These keys are not legit and will be disabled at some point, you should stop posting this and misleading people into buying them. reported.

Edited By: Steelman111 on Dec 08, 2016 13:16: Reported
#25
gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.

I bought a windows 10 OEM key online a few months ago for about the same price, It is yet to be revoked.
1 Like #26
Weenie Beenie
Why do HUKD keep allowing these to be posted?

http://previews.123rf.com/images/rangizzz/rangizzz1106/rangizzz110600003/9680699-British-Pounds-background-Stock-Photo-money.jpg

Edited By: Whammerhead on Dec 08, 2016 13:16
#27
kiish
Weenie Beenie
Why do HUKD keep allowing these to be posted?

Cause they get paid for every purchase :) Good to see Quidco/"Pepper Deals Ltd" endorse piracy.

I can post a link to it even cheaper but wont be allowed because they wont get paid. The site is run by some randomers in China too.




Exactly if it's all affiliate linked up then there should be some quality control!
1 Like #28
steve_bezerker
gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.

I bought a windows 10 OEM key online a few months ago for about the same price, It is yet to be revoked.


Microsoft revokes them in waves and you'll know about it when it happens as the internet will be lit up with people complaining about their keys not working anymore, happened with windows vista, 7, 8 and there's no reason why it won't happen with 10.
#29
kiish
Weenie Beenie
Why do HUKD keep allowing these to be posted?
Cause they get paid for every purchase :) Good to see Quidco/"Pepper Deals Ltd" endorse piracy.
I can post a link to it even cheaper but wont be allowed because they wont get paid. The site is run by some randomers in China too.

You dont even need to make a purchase... just clicking Get Deal earns HUKD a few pennies per click.
#30
gibblesuk
Tried this couple of weeks ago and key was revoked 48hrs after input. Ended up with a paypal refund. Avoid.
I too tried this, about a week ago for a Win 10 Key, however my key is working perfectly fine.
1 Like #31
Definitely a VLK, and not OEM. One or two may end up with genuine keys but a lot won't.

Loads of these were acquired and sold on various sites. A lot end up being revoked leaving you with no valid copy of windows!

Edited By: tehwabbit on Dec 08, 2016 13:39
#32
£12.25 for Windows 10???

That's nowhere near enough. They would have to pay me at least £200 to use it!

;)
#33
Can someone suggest a legitimate, cost effective way to purchase windows 10? Home or Pro, I don't mind.

Softwaregeeks.co.uk has pro for £24.99 and seemingly has good reviews but not sure if they're all genuine or not.
#34
Well if people are happy to accept their key may be revoked that's fine by me but I just want a computer that works and not have any potential licencing issues later on. Just keeping Windows working reliably can be a chore without the added bonus of using a potentially dodgy licence key that could stop working
#35
I bought one and it is OEM key. Checked with Windows tool. I don't think this will be revoked

Edited By: mikax7x on Dec 08, 2016 13:54
#36
goaten2000
Can someone suggest a legitimate, cost effective way to purchase windows 10? Home or Pro, I don't mind.

Softwaregeeks.co.uk has pro for £24.99 and seemingly has good reviews but not sure if they're all genuine or not.
Pay the typical price of £75 Is probably the answer and even that is OEM which could be argued is not right unless you're a system builder. So retail it is then at £120 or whatever they charge now.

You can see the appeal of £12 Windows keys.
#37
If you don't use other software such as games that demand Windows, a version of Linux won't cost a penny and will allow surfing, web browsing, word processing etc.
#38
If you work in an office full of PCs that use Win 7 / 8 and want to upgrade to Win 10 then the answer of how to get a 'legitimate' key is literally staring you in the face
#39
shame on HUKD allowed promotion/advertisement for these kinds of illegal websites
1 Like #40
goaten2000
Can someone suggest a legitimate, cost effective way to purchase windows 10? Home or Pro, I don't mind.

Softwaregeeks.co.uk has pro for £24.99 and seemingly has good reviews but not sure if they're all genuine or not.

Have a hunt around for old copies of Win 7 and 8. I found this today in Sainsbury's. The upgrade version was £5 dearer for some reason. You can still upgrade to Win 10 from it for free if you "use" assisted technologies.

http://i65.tinypic.com/35cr9fq.jpg

Edited By: dheydl on Dec 08, 2016 17:29

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