Our Microsoft Authenticity Guarantee

What type of keys do you supply?

First let’s cover the biggest issue and that’s the type of key, we know the biggest problem in this industry is unscrupulous sellers supplying MSDN (Microsoft developer network) keys which are not meant for resale and will get de-activated by Microsoft, splitting MAK (multiple access keys) to multiple customers rather than for their intended use in a single organization which will get de-activated by Microsoft, or supplying OEM keys without telling you it’s an OEM key and the restrictions that come with them.

Here at Vevo Digital we never supply MSDN keys, we do not split MAK keys, and our OEM products are clearly identified along with their restrictions. It’s why our prices are somewhat higher than a lot of our competitors who are selling keys they should not be.

We only supply three types of key, which is always clearly indicated on the product page:

Retail – These are keys sent out to retail distribution for any consumer to use.
OEM – These are keys sent out to “original equipment manufacturers” to activate software on newly built computer systems. If you’re building a new computer system you could be classed as an OEM, you can use these keys with certain limitations clearly shown on the product page.
MAK – These keys are sent out to organizations to perform multiple activations on their internal computer systems, each MAK key has a set number of activations and will never be split or shared.

How can I be sure your keys are genuine?

A few reasons, and how you can verify for yourself:

– All of our keys will pass Microsofts activation servers.
– The keys we deliver will match the advertised key type and will never be an MSDN key, or a split MAK key.
– Keys redeemed directly through the Microsoft website (most Office keys) will be listed under your Services & Subscriptions page, exactly the same as if you bought from a big box retailer, or directly from Microsoft themselves.
– Although not officially supported by Microsoft, you can use a PID checker to confirm the type of key and its validity.
– On Windows you can run the following CMD prompt to confirm the key type of your Windows key: slmgr /dli
– We encourage you to contact Microsoft directly with the key and ask them to confirm the key type and authenticity.

What do your customers have to say?

We outsource our review collection and review hosting to third party services to help alleviate the worry that reviews are altered or removed, which often happens online.

We use Trustindex to collate all customer reviews from our Trustpilot and Cusrev pages, check out our review summary page here: https://www.vevodigital.com/verified-reviews/

What is your returns policy?

In the unlikely event you have an issue with a key it’s often down to a system error, system incompatibility or how it’s being used and can be easily fixed by troubleshooting.

We provide a 30 day replacement or full money back guarantee should any issues not be resolvable for peace of mind.

Our full returns & refunds policy can be found here: https://www.vevodigital.com/faq/our-returns-refunds-policy/

What if I still have questions?

Feel free to contact us and we’ll answer any specific questions you have: https://www.vevodigital.com/contact/