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Purchased Arksoft 8512153H90L3YE8BM and 8512153H80L3Y1Y05 but still am getting charged a fee per card. Should they not be free after you purchase the program. If so how do I get themÉ

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Hi,

at this point, it would be better for you to contact Arksoft, as they will definitely help to solve the problem since you you are using their product.

There is an error somewhere and they are the ones that can help to rectify this problem.

To contact Arksoft, visit the below link and fill the request form appropriately therein:

http://www.arcsoft.com/en-us/press_inquiry.asp?id=PRESS

Good luck.

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