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    [FS] .EDU Email Addresses

    Prices:
    [spoil]
    1 - $0.75
    3 - $2.00
    5 - $3.00
    10 - $6.00
    Unlimited (Method) - $20.00
    [/spoil]
    Password Requirements:
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    A valid password must be at least 8 characters long.

    A valid password must not contain three or more consecutive characters from your user account name or display name.

    A valid password must contain characters from 3 of the 4 following categories:
    Uppercase characters (A, B, C, ...),
    Lowercase characters (a, b, c, ...),
    Numerals (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9),
    Non-alphanumeric characters (~, `, !, @, #, $, %, ^, &, *, (, ), _, -, +, =, {, }, [, ], |, ;, :, <, >, ., ?, /)
    [/spoiler]

    Account will be created within 25 minutes of payment.

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    You can easily get these free...Hell you can search on HF and find like 10 different ways to get one...Maybe people are that lazy.. But why sell stuff that someone can google for free? You should be selling this stuff on sites where people DO NOT know how to get what your selling.. Do not try to make money off our community for something that most of us already know how to get.. I wont tell people how because that will be assholish.. But, people should be made aware these are easy to obtain

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    I always question the integrity of people that are part of a community and try to nickel and dime basic bullshiit ..especially when its just info that cost them nothing...and obviously info/methods that are widely known. I mean how about giving back to the community a little bit and just post a tut or method?

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