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Old 25 Dec 2009, 22:47
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As I said you are the one who bought a leased licence. You should of bought the owned licence.

So yes you have to renew it. They no longer offer the 3.8 licence. You have to buy 4.0 but you can still run your 3.8 software. You are the one who signed a yearly contract. When its up you must sign a new one and it may have new terms. That goes with any contract.

When you sign a yearly lease and you renew the following year your rent could go up. Either sign the new contract/lease pay a few more dollars or you move to a new place, in this case new software.


90% of the complaints of these new licence terms are user error not vBulletin.
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Old 26 Dec 2009, 10:46
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You do not understand ...

Nobody can change original sales agreement, (between seller and buyer), it is against law and that make vbulletin, not users!

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Old 26 Dec 2009, 14:42
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Not on a current signed contract no. Unless there is a clause saying they can.


But when that contract expires and you sign a new one terms can change from the previous contract. Its up to you to agree and sign it or not.


You should be discussing this with vbulletin.com not here on vbulletin.org

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Old 26 Dec 2009, 15:10
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Originally Posted by macc View Post
You do not understand ...

Nobody can change original sales agreement, (between seller and buyer), it is against law and that make vbulletin, not users!

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Wrong again.

vBulletin Solutions reserves the right to change or add to the terms of this Agreement at any time (including but not limited to Internet-based Solutions, pricing, technical support options, and other product-related policies), and to change, discontinue or impose conditions on any feature or aspect of the Software, or any Internet-based Solutions provided to you or made available to you through use of the Software. Such changes will be effective upon notification by any means reasonable to give you actual or constructive notice including by posting such terms on the vBulletin.com website, or another website designated by vBulletin Solutions. Your continued use of the Software will indicate your agreement to any such change.
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Thread Closed as we are now onto discussing licensing issues which are not to be discussed here on vb.org. Please go to vb.com for that sort of discussion. Please see this notice - Discussions on vBulletin 4 and licensing
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