When the user contacted you via the contact form on your profile page, you get an email with a link where you can verify if that user is a customer of yours. There it also says if it is an extended or regular license.
Besides that, you cannot check it, actually. All I can think of is buying an extended license yourself and see if you get the correct amount.
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You get always a certain percentage of the price the buyer paid. As extended licenses are more expensive, you get more money
However, extended license sales are very rare on most of the marketplaces.
Not sure if I understood the problem, but an extended license doesn’t allow to bundle the item with another one and sell here.
You need to get permission from the plugin author or make some sort of extra deal. Some authors say that an extended license is enough for them, but that doesn’t mean other authors do it the same way.
The extended license is valid for everything that is written on the license-pages.
This thread and the referred blogpost do have some answers to your questions:http://videohive.net/forums/thread/authors-vat-and-a-global-marketplace/148034
Quick version: As of 2015, envato will handle all VAT related things, as they are obliged to do it by the law. It is not that they are so nice to do it, they have to and are the only party that can do it.
However, if you want to sell digital goods online, you needed to charge EU VAT for several years already. The change of 2015 just changes what tax rates needs to be applied, but VAT did need to be applied even before 2015. The question for who is liable for this past VAT is also a matter of the thread I linked to above.
You can contact support and ask for another review. But it could be that it was hard rejected for other resons beside visual quality. As Protest said, it might be a messy project file or insufficient documentation. Maybe some copyright questions, even.
That’s why I asked for the message that you got along with the hardreject.
Maybe some other videohive authors can post here and give their opinion. This might help to get your item rereviewed.
Kind regards, Tobi
I honestly don’t see anything wrong with it that justifies a hard reject. The style might not be everyone’s taste but it is well executed, there are a lot of details and I’m sure it will find its customers.
What message did you get?
Well, I’d say there is just no practical use for that. Before you sift through more than 60 pages, you would apply some filter, wouldn’t you?
Like only look at a specific (sub)category, enter keywords in search or use one of the new search facets that lets you determine the price or other things.
At the right side of each item page, you see the details for each file. Inluding “Requires Plugins” yes/no. If yes, the required plugin is mentioned in the description. That should answer your question.
I think the next post from Collis will be the announcement that Envato has moved to a new office in the Cayman Islands.
which would not be a bad idea. But Luxembourg is a better choice:http://business.time.com/2012/12/04/how-u-s-firms-like-google-and-amazon-minimize-their-european-taxes/
actually, that was a good idea until the changes of 2015 kick in, because then you could charge the low luxembourgian VAT for all european customers. Now, it is the vat rate of the customer’s country so the place of the supplying company is not relevant for that anymore.
However, it looks like envato has tried some other way to minimize their vat-payments: They just didn’t pay any european VAT at all How smart that has been, we will see…