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 Post subject: SOLD - pcAnywhere 12.1 for Sale
Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 9:52 am 
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Location: Erie, PA

This has been sold. Thanks for looking!

A few months ago, I purchased a new copy of Symantec's pcAnywhere 12.1 Host & Remote - 1 User. Since then I bought a new laptop computer to take everything with me, and no longer need the PC Anywhere software. This version works with Windows Vista (previous ones do not).

The retail price from Symantec is $199.99, but I bought it on Amazon through a 3rd party at a discount.

You can be the new owner for only
$25 + shipping + insurance.

Amazon Marketplace Receipt
Date: 24-October-2007
Order #: 058-4485083-0738155


I threw the manual away since it is on the CD and available online, so all I have now is the original CD. It is completely legitimate from Symantec, and I uninstalled it from the desktop system it was on.

Software qualifies for the Medai Mail rate in the U.S., so it should only cost around $3, plus insurance of $1.70. I can send you a PayPal link for paying online.


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