Hi Freebarcodes.com User,
Firstly we would like to apologize that our website Freebarcodes.com is no longer working. The service provider moved the site to a new server and will not install the control we developed to generate the barcodes on the new server.
As we realize this is a major inconvenience for the many of users of Freebarcodes.com so we are offering a lifetime license for our professional barcode generating software, B-Coder Pro, at a 50% discount. You can download a working demo for B-Coder Pro and order it using the link below:
The discount coupon code for the 50% discount is:
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We are happy to help you with any questions.
All the best,
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