alex wrote:I just got word -
Apparently, the verdict is in.
It is OK to sell used/remanufactured radios - providing that it is clearly stated that it is such.
This was my understanding. Repairing and reselling used radios, and I think, even parts built radios is ok, as long as they are clearly presented as such.
From what I understand, the individual in this case was nailed to the wall for having to admitted to possessing and using lab software. I wasn't told an amount, but it was described as very painful.
I would have to go back over a mountain of paperwork to state categorically what software was at issue. However, I will say this, it was NOT strictly limited to lab software. This means copies of R100 or GP300 software as well.
For the record, if you get caught with stuff you are not supposed to have, they (Mother M) will agressively go after you.
As I said earlier on in this thread, if you DO
have legal copies of software, you had DAMN WELL
make sure you have ALL
of your paperwork in order and in your posession to prove it. Because if "they" lose the records, you're toast.
Heh, "Stay Connected"
Sorry, I just saw that as the perfect opportunity to give my company name a cheap plug.
It is my opinion that the bottom line is, Motorola has the kind of money, and the resources, to destroy you if they see fit.
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