Are licence keys from https://eu.keysworlds.com/ valid?

The prices on the https://eu.keysworlds.com/software.html are pretty nice, including the % sale action coupon. But are the licences real? Can we trust for this seller (distributor)?
Hi RK,
I am Sumit, an Independent Advisor and a 3 year Windows Insider MVP here to help.


These are likely volume licenses that are intended for the business environment. As soon as Microsoft detects they are abused, the keys are disabled. To summarize, this is illegal and does not come with warranties. As compared to Store, Microsoft provides full buyer protection.


Via https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/howtotell/Shop....

Beware of Product Keys Sold Separately
With the exception of Product Key Cards (PKC’s) distributed with COA’s, Microsoft does not distribute products keys as standalone products. If you see a listing on an auction site, online classified ad, or other online page advertising product keys for sale, it’s a good indication that the keys are likely stolen or counterfeit. If you were to purchase and use a stolen or counterfeit product key to activate Windows installed on your PC, the key may not work for activation, may already be in use on another PC, or it might be blocked from use later by Microsoft when the key is reported stolen.
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Dear Sumit,
Why it is so difficult to write a straight answer? This is not diplomatic dinner, where such expression (like above) is normal. Just tell us - YES, they (Keysworlds) are offer valid keys or - NO I'll not recommend to have deal with them.  I don't understand your attitude to the topic.
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Dear Sumit,
Why it is so difficult to write a straight answer? This is not diplomatic dinner, where such expression (like above) is normal. Just tell us - YES, they (Keysworlds) are offer valid keys or - NO I'll not recommend to have deal with them.  I don't understand your attitude to the topic.
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There's no attitude given from that answer. It answered the OP's question and was articulated to further express why. ...How did you not understand the answer? It's written in the third sentence, second line; "To summarize, this is illegal and does not come with warranties." If you're at any level of techie, you should understand Sumit's answer is far from being compared "diplomatic", and instead answered as a technical response to a tech-related question. And if not... then bless you -- you're on a Microsoft forum. Referring it "diplomatic" is a far-cry. Just read.

Sumit literally answered the question. However, if you want responses as using a "yes" or "no", then the answer is "No."
As in -- "No, it isn't advisable to purchase Microsoft keys from keysworlds due to them being illegal and not having warranties."

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