Microsoft BizSpark

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  1. Lenmaer

    Lenmaer MDL Addicted

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    #41 Lenmaer, Aug 11, 2009
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    Charge you 3 whole years full MSDN account? Blacklist your keys? Having visit at home? Permban?
    Better pay them it's microsoft.
     
  2. tuvi123

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    #42 tuvi123, Aug 11, 2009
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    you can just fake the all fields..
    just create a new gmail account and use that..
    dont't use your real name and your real address etc...
    write a developer company homepage near your location..
    they don't log your ip..

    that way you will have a 3 years free MSDN account!
    (after 3 years they can't found you so you don't pay the 100 dollars fee).
     
  3. DataMan47

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    #43 DataMan47, Aug 11, 2009
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    Um, using fake info is fraud. If caught, that carries some pretty strong legal consequences. Piracy is a civil offense. Fraud is a criminal offense. Don't do it.

    There was another thread about this some time ago. This is what I posted back then:

     
  4. Reign_Of_Freedom

    Reign_Of_Freedom MDL Expert

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    I agree with Data. Don't commit Fraud. If your going to try and get a BizSpark acct use your real info, the worst M$ can do is tell you no.
     
  5. Shivek

    Shivek MDL Novice

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    I thought that we only have to pay if we exceed three years? Isn't it? s**t, now they will send the invoice to the address I specified?
     
  6. Reign_Of_Freedom

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    Wow dude can you NOT read ROFL.You pay when the subscription is up at the end of 3 years. And you can NOT renew or Go OVER the 3 yr limit.

    When M$ hits you up for money and they can't find you - tell bubba i said hello :D
     
  7. tuvi123

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    that is why you need to fake all!!

    I have now three years of free MSDN access!!
    I will not pay the 100$ fee.
    and they can't do anything to me because all the details I wrote are fake.
    haha..
     
  8. bertmace

    bertmace MDL Member

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    Everybody want to get something for nothing I'm going to pay the $100.00 because it worth it msdn cost $350.00 a year 3 years $1150 worth of wares $100.00 I pay the 100
     
  9. Shivek

    Shivek MDL Novice

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    I can't seem to get my e-mail changed. Anyone else with this problem?
     
  10. Reign_Of_Freedom

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    That is called FRAUD you tard, that's fine if YOU want to commit a criminal offense but don't come on the forums ADVOCATING FRAUD. I would NEVER tell anyone to commit a criminal offense. Don't think M$ won't check up on the details and cut your sub off and Blacklist your keys.

    A 100$ is nothing for 3 years worth of MSDN access.
     
  11. tuvi123

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    no because I gave them a real company developer site near my location.
    so they can't blacklist it! also the address and postal code are real but it's not my compane I am not working there.

    so why all of you are using loaders! ha! loaders are also A CRIME that get you a free windows 7 ultimate.
     
  12. Shivek

    Shivek MDL Novice

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    What if I terminate by Bizspark acc in 3 days? Do I still have to pay $100? And will the key still work or will it get blacklisted?
     
  13. Reign_Of_Freedom

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    Using a lo*der is not a crime you noobcake.Committing FRAUD is. And when they call the company and find out your not even employed there - OWNED, and stop trolling.

    Yes you still have to pay $100.
     
  14. FaiKee

    FaiKee Misinformation spreader

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    You are arguing on the legal thing because you are in the U.S. of A.

    MDL is on web, people on Mars could read it and try.....LOL:D
     
  15. HotCarl

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    Wow. All this just looks like trouble to me. Committing fraud to get free software is a pretty bad idea IMHO. Just asking for trouble...
    With piracy, maybe you will go to court and get sued...at the worst have to pay some money. When you knowingly and willingly commit fraud, you open your self up to possible jail time...not fun.

    If I were any of the people that did this BizSpark thing fraudulently, I would read the EULA if I were you and see if there is an "opt-out" opportunity that you can do to cancel the your BizSpark account before everything is finalized, if you are having second thoughts now. For me, I dont think it is worth it to open my self up to legal action from MS for some free software and some free keys...I'll pay for mine, thanks.

    BTW Faikee, it does not matter where you are. Intellectual property and copyright laws are international...even The Pirate Bay knows this now...
     
  16. Shivek

    Shivek MDL Novice

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    Come on, guys. Stop acting like ignorants. Thousands of people from many countries have made fake Bizspark accounts. Will MS go after all of them? They just can't so I don't think we need to worry about consequences. All we have to worry is that for three years, we're getting some awesome legit stuff and maybe if we think it was all worth it, we can go over and change the address and names and all to our legit names and pay them their $100.

    That's my 2 cents. :)
     
  17. tuvi123

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    #57 tuvi123, Aug 11, 2009
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    stfu all of you, Activation cr**ks are wrong and immoral, Frud are wrong and immoral the only diffrence is in the punishment.

    I am willing to take the risk for a 3 year free msdn access!
    since they don't log IP (and I am also using my proxy server)
    I don't think of any way they will manage to get me.
    I does not give them my real name or address, only the real name/phone/address of a big developer company that near my location.
     
  18. Reign_Of_Freedom

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    Ignorance of the law excuses noone.Like i said before if you want to get access via illegal means go ahead. But DON'T post here advocating it's OK to do so.
     
  19. sgr42o

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    Technically, I wonder if this truly would constitute fraud; as defined by criminal law. The EULA isn't a law but rather a terms of agreement; forget that argument. The EULA simply protects MS legally and provides them a way to terminate your account at any time. (And most likely blacklist the keys obtained through the account as well) Providing false information on an Internet form isn't abnormal and where would it end? Would pure negligence while typing constitute fraud? You aren't providing social security or payment information in an attempt to defraud MS which definitely would be fraud; instead you're simply saying you represent a company for which you don't actually represent. While deceiving you're not causing any sort of loss to the company whatsoever. While it technically could be possible to get into legal trouble doing so it's very unlikely and even so, it'd be much more feasible to end up in civil court rather than criminal. Laws vary and considering the complicated nature of Bizspark I'm sure in some areas there's no risk at all though.

    However, there is a small chance you could get the book thrown at you. You are representing a company in hopes of getting a "financial gain" in return. The likelihood of this happening is about the same as telling a lie about how much you make on an application for a credit card. Possible legal ramifications? Absolutely. Is it likely? Nope.
     
  20. crocexx

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    I've been accepted woo! After all that MS bashing I did too :p