Windows Hardware Certification billing alias retired


As of 7/1/2014, the Hardware Certification Billing alias (whqlbill@microsoft.com) will no longer be responding to e-mail requests. The Windows Certification Program billing program is fully closed down at this time.     

Comments (4)

  1. Abdelgader Mohameed Fouzi says:

    Good Evening,

    I've just got this message, what certification do u mean? I don't understand what u mean because I havn't asked anything and my Windows 7 program is certified authentic, then where is the problem! I think you're mistaken identity.

    (As of 01/07/2014, the Hardware Certification Billing alias (whqlbill@microsoft.com) Will be no follow Responding to email requests. Certification Program The Windows billing program is fully closed down at this time.)

    With my Best Regards

  2. Abdelgader Mohamed Fouzi says:

    Good Evening,

    I've just got this message, what certification do u mean? I don't understand what u mean because I havn't asked anything and my Windows 7 program is certified authentic, then where is the problem! I think you're mistaken identity.

    (As of 01/07/2014, the Hardware Certification Billing alias (whqlbill@microsoft.com) Will be no follow Responding to email requests. Certification Program The Windows billing program is fully closed down at this time.)

    With my Best Regards

  3. Rakesh says:

    What you people meant by this? Am not clear!!!

  4. DutchMeteor says:

    Dear all.

    Since Microsoft does not charge money for WHQL submissions anymore (since January 2014), they won't be sending out invoices for WHQL submissions naturally. Therefore no need for the whqlbill-at-Microsoft.com email anymore and Microsoft stopped using it.

    Basically Microsoft is telling you not to use whqlbill-at-Microsoft.com anymore since its not in use.

    Hope this clears it up a bit 😉