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Things to consider when listing your vBulletin License

1. What are you selling, buying or wanting to trade


Lifetime vbulletin license.

2. When does it expire?



3. Is it able to be legally transferred?


Sure is

4. Any Screenshots?


Yes for serious buyers.

5. How much are you selling for, how much will you pay, etc


From what i'm seeing 75 is the going rate. Although allot of money is loss by buying this key but looking to get something back out of it I have no use for it.

65$ takes it

email me guys alethiadawn@yahoo.com


Thanks <3

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First off, sorry everyone got scammed by this person. Secondly, for future consideration, there are a couple of red flags with this listing (wish I would have seen sooner or brought to my attention).

  1. vBulletin 5 license license for $65?? (Seems awfully low even for vB 5)
  2. vBulletin doesn't use "keys"

Marking the OP as a scammer. Please perform due diligence when purchasing.


And just out of curiosity: Did anyone ask the OP for a license # and email address to verify with vBulletin?

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A user who just registered today and suddenly posting an abnormal offer like this should be first investigated to avoid scam. I'm seeing many new users in this forum who are posting these type of offers.

Indeed. I wish vBulletin would use a system much like XenForo where there is a public API where you can check the validity of the license. For instance, a member here cannot select the "WTS" prefix in the XenForo forum without first verifying their license details.

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