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Frustrated - CNet Download with incorrect SN

by linnyellis / July 12, 2012 5:24 AM PDT

Yesterday I purchased Magix Photostory MX11 via CNet. I paid for V11 but the SN/Key that was sent to me with the download was for V10 - a downlevel version. The SN will not work with the SW that I puchased and downloaded. To make matters worse, I cannot find any type of support for CNet other than by email - and that link on the CNet tech support website is not working! I contacted Magix in Germany and was told they couldn't do anything about it because I purchased through CNet. The actual email and download came from "TrialPay" and they deny responsiblity.

Can anyone help me or put me in touch with someone at Cnet?

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Is it this one?
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / July 12, 2012 5:39 AM PDT
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I have created a proxy support ticket for you
by CNETSupport / July 12, 2012 9:32 AM PDT

Hi linnyellis,

I have converted your post into a proxy ticket in our support system so that we may better assist you; you should receive an e-mail to let you know that the ticket has been submitted, and another e-mail will alert you to our response, which you may expect shortly.

In the future, you may submit support tickets directly through our support web site by following these steps:

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5. From the "Category" drop-down menu, choose the best option (in this case, that would be "CNET Downloads").
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