Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : SPM.ZIP
Filename : REGISTER.DOC

 
Output of file : REGISTER.DOC contained in archive : SPM.ZIP


REGISTER.DOC



Registration Information
--------------------------


LiteSPM(tm) is a copyrighted product of Information Technology,
Ltd. You may evaluate LiteSPM for a period not to exceed 60 days.
If you continue to use LiteSPM after sixty days, you must
register the product. For specific license information, please
see the file LICENSE.DOC. If you are interested in a site
license, please see the file SITELICE.DOC.

Registering LiteSPM is easy and convenient. Simply complete the
form below and enclose with your payment. (Foreign customers
please note that all payments must be in US funds on an
instrument drawn on a US bank, or an international money order.)
We do not accept COD orders at this time.

Corporate customers please note: Information Technology, Ltd.
will accept purchase orders from FORTUNE 1000 firms, and from
governmental agencies.


Name:___________________________________

Company:_________________________________

Address:_________________________________

______________________________

City:____________________ State: ________

Country:_________________ Postal Code:______________

Telephone:_________________


Number of Registrations* _____ @ $15.00 __________

Handling, all orders $2.50 2.50

Foreign Shipping $2.50 _________

Total Enclosed _________


* Up to 4 registrations. Beyond 4 registrations, please
see the information regarding site licensing in
SITELICE.DOC.

Forward your completed form and payment to:
Information Technology Ltd.
5 Park Boulevard
Lincoln, RI 02865

REGISTER.DOC

  3 Responses to “Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : SPM.ZIP
Filename : REGISTER.DOC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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