When the job is complete, they should have received an email confirming that it’s been finalized with a link to leave a review of your service.
Maybe something like a WordPress + Desk.com integration would work.
Set up a WordPress site and verify buyers with the Envato API. After they’ve successfully created their WP account and are logged in, grant them access to submit a support request into your desk.com account.
From the license FAQ page:
“Do I have to credit the author of the item in my end product?”
No, it’s not mandatory to give the author credit. But we do suggest that if your end product has credits as part of its design, please credit the author. Also, as the author retains ownership of the item, you shouldn’t claim copyright in the item.http://themeforest.net/licenses/faq#do-i-have-to-credit-the-author-of-the-item-in-my
The amount of people who ask for support and mention they’re using the theme on multiple websites is too damn high. And when i tell them it’s a single use licence they disappear.
Happens to me too all the time on our support forum.I think it’s more interesting how many don’t realize it’s a single use license. The only way I can think of to make that more apparent is have a “Single Domain” license (unlimited use on one domain) as the default and rename the “Regular License” to “Single Use” and make users select it specifically. That will eliminate the issue and solve another one at the same time.
Except that both of the licenses are single use, no? So that wouldn’t make sense to only name one single use although I get what you’re saying.
You should checkout the ‘Creative’ category under WordPress themes:http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress/creative