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FileMaker 7 for $107.99 at Hardcore Mac

I was googling for FileMaker-compatible credit card authorization software and saw this ad from Hardcore Mac at in the Google adsense ads. You get a full original CD and a serial number, no user manual. Seems legit. Several readers have saved thousands on some of the other deals I noted on this site and thanked me. I can’t vouch for the vendor but I would be surprised if it’s not OK. The other contact information is – (702) 307-6251 – (702) 307-8774 fax.

They say the CD runs on Windows and Mac OS X. Even though I really have enough copies of FileMaker 7 already, I’m tempted to get another copy at these prices. Also, of course, FileMaker has a special deal on FileMaker going on called “Buy one FileMaker, give one Free” that amounts to selling the product with manual for $150. But that has some hoops to go through and you’ve got to coordinate with someone else. As usual, I make nothing on this referral. Just wanted to let you all know.

2 replies on “FileMaker 7 for $107.99 at Hardcore Mac”

i don’t think it’s legit; a friend of mine ordered from there and registered the software; later he received an email from FileMaker Inc. informing him as follows; he says his CD looks legit according to the description below, but apparently the serial number is not valid
> Subject: Illegal use of FileMaker Software notification
> From:
> FileMaker, Inc. Legal Department
> Dear
> Customer,
> FileMaker has discovered that you may have unsuspectingly purchased an
> illegal counterfeit version of our software. The License Key that you
> supplied when you registered your FileMaker software is on our list of
> counterfeit and non-valid License Keys.
> Unless you received the full retail product in the original FileMaker
> box with printed documentation, you should immediately stop using the
> software in your current possession, demand a full refund from your
> reseller, and order a valid version. You may order a valid
> version:
> […]
> You can verify that your software is counterfeit by looking at
> the inner clear plastic part of the CD which will contain the Source
> Identification Code “IFPI E2” followed by two digits on the
> inner hub. CDs with this code were not manufactured by FileMaker, and
> are counterfeit.

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