No cost license at TrialPay (was: [ntb-linux] [Fwd: [Clip] NoteTab 6.1 now available])
- lm_hamilton (lm_hamilton@...) wrote (in part) (on 2009-05-26 at
> Not a customer yet? Depending on your location, you can get a NoteTabHas anyone *USED* TrialPay to obtain license to Notetab or other program
> Pro or Std license at no cost through TrialPay. For more information,
> click on the corresponding NoteTab license below:
w/o cost? I've seen it offered quite a few times but do you ALWAYS have
to lay out money for something else?
- It sounds like you have to layout $$$ and if you don't perceive value
in the alternative product trust that you'll successfully be able to get
money back offer successfully executed.
Regards ... Alec (buralex@gmail & WinLiveMess - alec.m.burgess@skype)
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- Hi Alec,
> Has anyone *USED* TrialPay to obtain license to Notetab or other programThe article is relatively old. Since then TrialPay has a much larger
> w/o cost? I've seen it offered quite a few times but do you ALWAYS have
> to lay out money for something else?
catalog of products. Also, the criticism about the cost of Corel Photo
Album Deluxe 6 is wrongly directed at TrialPay. The price shown in
TrialPay is decided by the vendor (Corel in this case). I think it is
fair to say most vendors do not inflate their prices like Corel did.