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The best solution is to purchase an MSDN subscription that includes a lot more stuff. Instead of worrying about purchasing the licenses, I suggest making sure that your bids are high enough to cover all your costs including the licenses, purchasing dedicated systems, etc. SSRS is often an extra expense. You also need to make sure that your bids are high ...


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Sites like these act as intermediates, try solving amicably with upwork and if they can't solve or deny responsibility, sue them for damages. It's just like amazon or ebay. They are getting a cut of every payment, so they are to blame. Don't settle for a credit, you should have your phones and whatever the proofs you asked for would grant you. I'm assuming ...


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It's likely that you've been scammed by someone who simply created the details in order to fleece you out of a relatively expensive phone and any data on it that has additional value (e.g. network passwords, emails, texts, etc). They may have also hoped to get the phone working again and spoof the people in the address book by asking them for remote access ...


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If the intent is to simply lay out a set of terms for a gentleman's agreement or an MoU (e.g. that you will make best effort to be available for the required hours each week and provide him at least x amount of notice if that's going to change and that he will give you x amount of notice if their need for you is going to change), then it's going to be very ...


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