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2018-04-21 11:38:12

I just downloaded the Quantshare software. Installing and opening the sofrware it becomes obvious quite quickly there is a significant amount to learn While i don't expect to become an expert in 30 days or less, I see on the screen that i have only a 7 day trial. Is there any chance this can be increased to at least 30 days to provide me a reasonable amount of time to learn as much as i can about Quantshare ?


2018-04-23 09:41:12


Please contact support at quantshare dot com regarding this.

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