I think there should be another option:
8. Abuse Spouse/Significant Other
I get my dear Hubbie to test my completed scripts before I upload anything. <3
... has a LONG laundry list of changes/features they want, and has not even purchased the item!
Here is an idea, purchase the item and THEN lets talk.
Yup, as I thought. I just checked and the update did not save. Soooo. I uploaded/updated again and now I am seeing that oh so familiar que:
“Cheers, your updates have been received and are in our review queue. Items are usually reviewed within 48 hours, but it can take up to 5 days.”
I did not, I uploaded the complete .zip Makes me wonder if it actually updated.
The approval/update was instantaneous. As soon as I hit the Submit Files for Review button, it was updated. So it was as fast as the page posted/refreshed.
Just caught me off guard. I was wondering if this was normal, as in the past when I updated an item, it sat in the review que for at least a few hours and as long as a day or two.
I just uploaded a small update for one of my items, and it seemed to have been updated right away. Nothing in my dashboard showing the update is waiting in the que for approval. There was a message of some sort saying the item was updated, but I was in disbelieve and navigated away from the page before I copied the message.
Is this correct? Did my item truly get updated? Any one else experience this?
I have had a few reversals, and I too, do not understand why. My items work as described on the item pages. I know they work, I test them, retest, have others test etc. And yet, I am still seeing Reversals.
Cant it be as easy as: Buyers buys an item. Buyer downloads item. Buyer then requests refund. Buyer is required to PROVE that said item does not work as described in the item page? I understand about disputes from payment gateways such as PayPal and that these cannot be avoided, but for a buyer that wants his money back just cause he can, or because he does not have the knowledge to use what he bought in my opinion should be denied.
Sounds simple right or maybe I am way off the mark as a newer author here…