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- Transcript Your Microsoft Windows license key has been renewed and you have been charged $399.00 from your bank account this morning for the computer services which you purchased last year the plan has already been auto renewed as per the subscription and your account has been auto debited with $399.00 if you want to cancel the subscription please call 183-378-6568 extension 1 I repeat 833-786-5681 thank you.
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