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Sun Certification Voucher for sale

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I had recently purchased a voucher to give certification for
"Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology (Step 1)".
I do not wish to give the exam now. I had contacted SUN and asked them if the voucher is refundable and was disappointed to find out that it was not an option but could use it against any of SUN's certification or courses. Unfortunately, i have no interest in any of them as of
The voucher has a reference number. The voucher's net value is �100. So, if you use the voucher on any of the SUN's site or for the certification, all you got to do is enter this voucher reference
number. I had purchased the voucher on 30th May, 2003 and expires on 31st May, 2004 . All you got to do is call up some prometric center
and book any exam with this voucher number. I will post the voucher and other pages received from SUN when i purchased the voucher.
The total cost of the voucher including VAT is �117.50. I am selling it for �95
You can give any of the following exams with this voucher
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
Sun Certified Developer for Java 2 Platform
Sun Certified Web Component Developer for J2EE Platform
Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology
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