I have some icon flag items which cover all the countries of the world, i currently have 6 items per continents and 1 bundle for all together (world flags), also 1 item with the flags i think are most popular and buyers are in need. However being all vector, my flags have a high price for an icon pack and most buyers tend to go to other items in the marketplace (I have encounter people who said that the sole reason for not buying my item is the price). So i thought that if i separate the files, for example European flags into sub groups, like EU, Balkan, Scandinavian countries etc. would be more fair to buyers which need only those flags and don’t want to pay such a high price for all the other flags they don’t really need. So i submitted some weeks ago another flag pack which consisted of only the Scandinavian and Baltic countries (11 flags), i provided them in 2 versions, also EPS, AI, PSD, PNG (different px sizes), JPG (different px sizes), also explained the situation to the reviewer and still got hard rejection with the template answer for rejection. And to say “did not meet our minimum requirements for quality and/or Envato Market policies” seems to me absurd since the current Envato Marketplaces uses the very same icons (i.e. the bundle) for their user’s badges!
What do you guys think?
Congratulations, keep up the good work!
@n2n44 thanks for your reply!
Also to all the authors that have commented here, i’m letting you know that after i send a ticket to support, they enabled my item and it’s up for sale again. However they didn’t explain what was the case, as @Minkki stated above.
Wow, Minkki! What are the odds of that!
I’m sorry you experienced the same thing, but I’m glad to hear that there is hope for my item to be back hehe. I thought that they are going to make a clean up of old and below quality items.
I’m going to write the support a ticket ASAP.
Thanks for this useful information, you’re a life saver.
I was on author dashboard when suddenly i saw that one of my items was uploading for review (kind of an update), but i hadn’t do anything. I thought that i might have done that by mistake and deleted it from queue. Today, a couple of days later, i am finding that that item is missing from my portfolio. That item was one of the first items submitted, maybe graphicriver took it down because of quality standards, but there is no note in email.
Anyone got any idea?
PS: I don’t think a third party did this, however i changed password just to be safe!
Sorry for my english!