#1 Posted by EPGPX (348 posts) -

I'm not sure what this means or if I should be worried but it's weird.

#2 Posted by buft (3409 posts) -

OEM bulk is the disks that dont have a pricing code on them that say not for retail

#3 Edited by TyCobb (2000 posts) -

Quick example of OEM

  • CPUs without a box and just in a plastic case. No manual or anything.
  • HDD without a box normally in a static guarded bag.
  • CDs/DVDs usually just in a case/sleeve with the not for retail sticker on it. Windows OEM still come in a nice case, but say you can't resell it.

Usually just bulk items that aren't going to be used for reselling. Basically what that email is telling you, is that you cannot have an OEM item and say it is New. New on Amazon refers to sealed with a box and manual which is normally what OEM items do not come with.

#4 Posted by Kidavenger (3867 posts) -
#5 Posted by l4wd0g (2208 posts) -

My friend and I tried to sell some .net disk we received from attending a Microsoft lecture on eBay . We relieved a cease and desist letter. I still have those damn disks