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On which Stack Exchange site could I ask the following question:

Does a Microsoft Partner have authorization, distribution agreement, licensing agreement or any other documents that can prove that “Microsoft” has granted its partner to sell products?

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because were we to suggest a site they would say that product support questions (without programming, configuration, usage, etc.) are off topic - and refer you to the duplicate explaining that. --- If you need to call "Customer Service" that's what you need to do, we can't speak to legal agreements. – Rob Jan 8 at 11:41
  • @Cerbrus - I wouldn't ask here if they give me a response. I already tried sending emails to some of Microsoft's Partner from this link but I didn't get any response. microsoft.com/accessories/en-nz/reseller – Zian Tap Chan Jan 8 at 11:47
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    @Rob Just because the answer is that this question isn't suitable for any SE site doesn't mean that this post is not on-topic for this site. – Sonic the Anonymous Hedgehog Jan 8 at 12:20
  • @SonictheAnonymousHedgehog True. But as Glorfindel reminds us: the OP here didn't ask "where to ask X". He asked us about X directly. And when he was told "you are off topic on the whole network", the OP came back "but my problem is X". – GhostCat salutes Monica C. Jan 8 at 13:47
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That's a question for Microsoft (partner) support, not for Stack Exchange.

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