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Retail software activation key site. Genuine or not?

Hi Folks,
I already have a genuine version of windows 7 installed on my main PC but would now like to instal it onto the other PC's I have at home. On searching the net to buy new licence keys I came across a site which claims to offer genuine unique keys for vastly reduced prices. Has anyone had any experience with this or a comparible site
The site in question is www.win7acrivation.com

Posted On: Friday 21st of September 2012 11:26:17 PM Total Views:  215
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