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If Tax Day has you in a funk, Genuitec has a special deal just for you!

From now until midnight you can take advantage of a refund of $63.55 in your MyEclipse shopping cart. This refund will secure a MyEclipse Professional license, or you can apply it to the purchase of any of our other MyEclipse versions like Blue, Bling or Spring - the choice is all yours!

To claim your credit, visit this link: https://www.genuitec.com/coupon/mefree2014

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Posted on Apr 15th 2014