IBAN is the International Bank Account Number. Which is different from your bank A/C No. It is usually composed from different informations including your country of residence, your bank a/c no. and your sort code. E.g. are : Greek IBAN : GR16 0110 1050 0000 1054 7023 795 British IBAN : GB35 MIDL 4025 3432 1446 70 Swiss IBAN : CH51 0868 6001 2565 1500 1
On the other hand you also have BIC which also called SWIFT which may also be required for international transfer.
Hope that helps you
Very good point Dani. I agree with you too
Lol. Sorry. Didn’t see the link you posted. Yes there’s a little ‘FREE’ icon.
Your thread should have been in ‘Off the topic’ section.
Sorry the song you said isn’t available for download in iTunes. It’s £0.79
You have a point 50tons I totally agree with you… In fact that’s what I tried to convey but forgot to mention, files of same level. I mean currently, a preloader is getting longer display than the other preloaders. i.e. uneven duration.
The exposure should be directly proportional to the amount of work put in which is determined by price.
Yep, so both of us agree further ‘segementation’ is needed..
Yep..What do you think about this 50tons? Or do you think ‘expensive’ full website templates should stay there longer than ‘cheap’ preloaders?
Exactly, display time for each file should be of equal priority. That’s what I stated as ‘unfair’. I can’t understand what’s the problem with increasing the no. of display in the homepage. But quality control is another BIG issue with FlashDen that must be addressed immediately.
I couldn’t agree more Jurgenv
I just started a thread ‘I think FD needs further ‘Segmentation’‘ regarding the related issue.. You are not the only one with this hard feeling .. Flashden needs to address this problem soon…
I’m sure many of the authors has faced this…
The queue for the uploaded file is HUGE .. You often get 100+th position… And then after 4 days of pain staking wait, your file is finally approved..yay..
But to your dismay, your file isn’t there for display in the homepage even for a day.. it stays there barely for few ours..
The same thing happened to me.. I enqueued two of my files with the interval of 2 days. The first file got approved and was in the home page for approx. 1 day. The second file got approved after 2 days from 1st approval (both took 4 days to get there).
Okay, so the first file was an XML menu.. made okish sale in a day(during its display period). 2 days Later, the second file was approved at 20:11:23. And when I come back and see at 00:01, it’s not there. Since it’s just a preloader, no worries. But how many of us think it’s fair???
I think a good solution to this would be segmentation of the homepage.
For example.. the sections can be $1-$3 (preloader, animations etc.) $4-$8 (Contact forms, xml menus etc.) $10-15(Galleries, video players etc.) $20+(Web templates, media galleries etc.)
So that there are more files on display which is fun to customers and beneficial to authors.. How many of you agree??