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# 1 30-08-2003 , 11:44 PM
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MAYA 5 Unlimited for Sell unopened

I recently purchased Maya 5 Unlimited for Mac OS X
to get to the point I will not be using this but..

It is a unopened box that i purchased for $7K
(the outside wraping is torn but still in tack i assure the inside box has never been opened with a course means the install cds still have there factory wrapping)

This is not some scam or anything of the sort
I'am looking for someone who my need this program and I am willing to sell it for a loss

please email or post here if you are interseted or have questions
coboldelphi@ev1.net

 
# 2 31-08-2003 , 01:07 AM
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# 3 31-08-2003 , 12:47 PM
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pretty sure thats illegal...u might want to contact alias to make sure youre not breaking any laws...


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# 4 31-08-2003 , 12:48 PM
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As much as i dislike advertising this seems quite genuine and as cheap Maya might interest some of our members im going to leave it user added image

Good luck with the sale.

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# 5 31-08-2003 , 06:59 PM
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I question this a bit mainly because there is no Maya 5 Unlimited for OS X. Unlimited is only available on Windows and Linux. It could simply be a typo. But, AFAIK, it is still legal to sell it since it is unopened and unregistered.


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# 6 31-08-2003 , 07:10 PM
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"it is still legal to sell it since it is unopened and unregistered."

im not 100% sure about that, as long as magicpie hasent registered it he can sell it to whoever he wants.


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# 7 31-08-2003 , 08:43 PM
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Thanks for allowing me to post my item for sell

however
i decided to remove the item for sell until i can figure it out
since maya is not my field of business
i didnt know that there is no unlimited for the mac os x
depite what my accounts show
more likely it is complete because we were not using PCs
I am going to talk to alias to besure that the serial number is unused despite the fact that i may have to open the package
i would rather take it a lost then be accused of some scam
if i get to the bottom this i will repost the item for sell if i can
thank you

 
# 8 31-08-2003 , 08:45 PM
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Good move mate.
Hope everything gets solved.

 
# 9 01-09-2003 , 03:23 PM
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Just outta curiosity how much was you thinking of asking for it?


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# 10 01-09-2003 , 03:28 PM
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According to his previous ebay entry, $5000.

 
# 11 01-09-2003 , 03:31 PM
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Can we open a poll to see who thinks magicpie is a scammer? please? pretty please? user added image

 
# 12 01-09-2003 , 03:45 PM
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So, what is he selling? Maya Complete for OS X, for $3000 more than you would pay if you would buy it from Alias or a reseller?

Or Maya Unlimited for IRIX, as the box in his picture on the ebay page says "unlimited", he says they are not using PC's and that he paid $7000?

Hm, kinda strange..

 
# 13 01-09-2003 , 11:03 PM
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Indeed it is, if there is no unlimited for OSX then how can he have bought it for 7k? I smell a scammer in our midsts.

 
# 14 02-09-2003 , 07:23 AM
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Doesn't e-bay protect against things like scams?


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# 15 02-09-2003 , 07:30 AM
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LoL kinda. depends how good they are at scamming user added image

 
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