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    Default $15 for an eCert???

    You have to pay $15 for a new eCert when you recertify?? WTF?
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    eCerts don't grow on trees you know!
    An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made.
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    HA!

    I can see charging for a hard copy.. but cmon!
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    Ouch....that's rough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by networker050184 View Post
    eCerts don't grow on trees you know!

    Haha!
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    Ouch. After paying the exam fee, you have to pay this, too? Some are getting greedy, I think. In a time when companies should lower prices to entice more people to buy and do things, this doesn't seem right. Especially for an eCert.
    A few certs here and there and everywhere...
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    Cisco is going green.....


    greenbacks that is!
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    But do you really need the eCert ?

    I have never bothered getting one. You get a nice hard copy in the mail, a letter and a wallet card. What more do you want ?
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    That sucks! Not only do we all have to pay for study material, exam fees, not to mention that some of us live a long drive from the testingg centers... We now have to pay for our hard earned certs!!! This sucks...

    I heard MS are moving all MCP certs to ecerts now too!!! Going green as well... Im lucky I got mine while they were still handing out the sexy welcome packs....

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    I just order my Mcp certificate. It was $10 for the first and like a dollar for each additional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mella060 View Post
    I have never bothered getting one. You get a nice hard copy in the mail, a letter and a wallet card. What more do you want ?
    Not anymore.
    VCDX: DCV - Round 2 rescheduled (by VMware) for December 2017.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essendon View Post
    Not anymore.
    Do you know the effective date of this? I just received my wallet card, Paper Certificate, and letter in the mail for my CCNA about two weeks ago? Just curious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutnoggin View Post
    Do you know the effective date of this? I just received my wallet card, Paper Certificate, and letter in the mail for my CCNA about two weeks ago? Just curious?

    ~Peanut
    A link would be great also.
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    OK, so can you print the eCert?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyanic View Post
    OK, so can you print the eCert?
    Yea.. after you pay $15
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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutnoggin View Post
    Do you know the effective date of this? I just received my wallet card, Paper Certificate, and letter in the mail for my CCNA about two weeks ago? Just curious?

    ~Peanut
    The end of the printed certificate Class in Session: Microsoft

    And this is for MS, I dont know about Cisco.
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