Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : LW22.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

 
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Registration and support

LiveWire 2.2 shareware license agreement

This agreement replaces all previous versions of LiveWire Communications
license agreements.

LiveWire is NOT free software! LiveWire is marketed under the shareware
marketing concept. You may use LiveWire for 30 days, after which you are
obligated to either register this software or discontinue use of the software.
The fee for registration is nominal and brings a lot of benefits. If you
register once, you will never have to buy another shareware version of
LiveWire. All future versions of LiveWire marketed under the shareware concept
can be registered with your serial number -- even if the registration prices go
up. You also get free (except for long distance or toll charges) support
through the DataMirage Bulletin Board System.

By using this software you are agreeing to the above terms.

Basic registration is $35
That includes:
- Your registration number
- Support through the DataMirage BBS

Extended registration is $45
That includes:
- Your registration number
- A registered copy of the latest version of LiveWire
- Support through the DataMirage BBS

Complete registration is $65
That includes:
- Your registration number
- A registered copy of the latest version of LiveWire Support
- Support through DataMirage BBS
- A laser printed manual, identical to the one provided with the 2.2 release

to register, mail the registration blank on the following page to:
DataMirage Software
585 Hyde Park DriveSan Jose, CA 95136


Registration by credit card

Starting with version 2.2 of LiveWire, credit card registration is
available through the Public Shareware Library (PSL).

CREDIT CARD ORDERS ONLY:
You can order with MC, Visa, Amex, or Discover from Public (software)
Library by calling 800-2424-PsL or 713-524-6394 or by FAX to
713-524-6398 or by CIS Email to 71355,470 or by Internet Email to
71355,[email protected]. You can also mail credit card orders to PsL
at P.O.Box 35705, Houston, TX 77235-5705.

PsL can take orders via our 800#, non-800#, CIS#, and FAX#. Operators
are available from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CST Monday-Friday and
normally from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekends.

THE ABOVE NUMBERS ARE FOR ORDERS ONLY

Any questions about the status of the shipment of the order, refunds,
registration options, product details, technical support, volume
discounts, dealer pricing, site licenses, etc, must be directed to:

DataMirage Software
585 Hyde Park Drive
San Jose, CA 95136
BBS #: 714-856-2071

To insure that you get the latest version, PsL will notify DataMirage
the day of your order and we will ship the product directly to you.

Software Order #11300


Registration form (print me!)

Filling out your name, address, and phone number is a
requirement. Your name will be used to personalize your serial
number.

Name _________________________________

Address
_________________________________

_________________________________

_________________________________

Phone # (_____)_________-________________

QUANTITY
( ) $35 Basic Registration = registration #

( ) $45 Extended Registration = registration # + newest version

( ) $65 Complete Registration = registration # + newest version + printed
manual

SUB TOTAL ________

$5 shipping ________ (USA addresses excluded)

+ TAX (8.75%) ________ (California residents only!)

TOTAL COST ________

I only accept US currency, US money orders, and checks through the mail. If
you send a purchase order, please make it clear where the invoice should be
mailed.



  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : LW22.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

  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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