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Expired Owned WHMCS License

Discussion in 'Completed Other Transactions' started by Cobalt, Aug 13, 2013.

  1. Cobalt

    Cobalt New Member

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    I would like to trade anything my business can offer for a WHMCS license. We are a new hosting company, in which our needs are mostly on a WHMCS license. If you can offer us something, we will reply to you ASAP about your offer.
     
  2. Mike Edge

    Mike Edge Owner of xF Hosting

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    Why not lease it til your company grows enough to purchase one? No offense but if you can't afford $15.00 a month for WHMCS, your business has more serious issues to worry about. You can even do a reseller account though someone like eleven2 that gives you white labeled webspace, but also a free WHMCS monthly license for as long as you have the account.
     
  3. Cobalt

    Cobalt New Member

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    We have already talked about this, and can't lease licenses. Our current systems are so bad right now, we don't have enough sales to make spending profit for the things we need. I admit, $15/month isn't that bad, but, when you have bills to pay, like to keep ONE, partial rack server up, the building and electricity, that's a lot of money. While I have a dev team, I am currently learning coding.

    I just need to get a WHMCS license, and somehow, someway, we will do whatever we can to pay that person back. If it's hosting, or scripts, etc.
     

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