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#1 ubiediting

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 02:24 AM

Hallo to all Members,
I presently have EMC 10 and would like to upgrade to Creator 11 as soon as I can aford to so do, being on a very limited state pension, I have noticed on ebay offers of new and unused Creator 11 at around £25.00/30.00 and wonder can these be genuine. Could anybody advise on the risk? Thank you.  ubiediting.

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 02:51 AM

View Postubiediting, on 29 June 2011 - 02:24 AM, said:

Hallo to all Members,
I presently have EMC 10 and would like to upgrade to Creator 11 as soon as I can aford to so do, being on a very limited state pension, I have noticed on ebay offers of new and unused Creator 11 at around 25.00/30.00 and wonder can these be genuine. Could anybody advise on the risk? Thank you.  ubiediting.

There would be no Creator 11; it would have to be Creator 2011.  You have to be very careful with e-bay.  Some of the descriptions are, shall we say, not completely accurate and some sales are pirated.  What is the reputation of the seller?   That price is not cheap; you should be able to do better.

Unless you want 3D, look at getting a copy of Creator 2010.  It is basically the same and a lot cheaper.   Try someplace like Amazon; they are very reputable but read the small print.
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Posted 29 June 2011 - 02:57 AM

View Postsknis, on 29 June 2011 - 02:51 AM, said:

There would be no Creator 11; it would have to be Creator 2011.  You have to be very careful with e-bay.  Some of the descriptions are, shall we say, not completely accurate and some sales are pirated.  What is the reputation of the seller?   That price is not cheap; you should be able to do better.

Unless you want 3D, look at getting a copy of Creator 2010.  It is basically the same and a lot cheaper.   Try someplace like Amazon; they are very reputable but read the small print.
Hallo and thank you Sknis for the information,a good guide! ubiediting




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