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How To Purchase

Written by:Joomler! 3995 hits Monday, 16 November 2009 13:13

You can easily purchase a package by using Paypal

For English


  1. Please complete payment with Paypal.
    * Returned products / the repayment :  It is not possible.

  2. Product Key and registration URL are sent to your Email address.

  3. Please open the page of registration URL, and register sent Product Key from Product Registration on the page.
    The commodity bought for the My Purchase list is displayed when registered correctly, and it comes to be able to download it.

  4. After registered

    When another has th e commodity related to the purchase commodity, the list display is similarly done. For instance, an update package, a beta package, a test package, and an optional package, etc. might be related.
    In adition, i
    t is notified when updated.


For Japanese


  1. Paypalで決済を行ってください。


  2. プロダクトキーと登録先URLが、あなたのメールアドレスに送信されます。

  3. 登録先URLを開き、上部のProduct Registrationから送付されたProduct Keyを登録してください。
    正しく登録されると、My Purchase一覧に購入した商品が表示され、ダウンロードできるようになります。


  4. 登録後


  5. 特定商取引法に基づく表示

    代金の支払時期 お引き渡し前
    代金の支払い方法 PayPal決済(クレジットカード決済)
    引き渡し時期 上記説明の通り
    瑕疵に関する責任 一切責任を負いません
    動作環境 それぞれのプログラムの説明をお読みください
    責任者氏名・Email・電話番号・住所 Aboutページに記載、または決済後の自動送信メールに記載
    返品特約 特にありません(返品・返金とも性質上できません)
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