Kriesi saidDidn’t Envato state they would also handle past VAT?
Since I could not prove which of my previous customers are EU based and which are not I would need to pay VAT for each of them. So 20% of my lifetime earnings would now be due in taxes.
Some authors have asked about our approach to the past. Please rest assured that we are liaising with the relevant EU Member State tax authorities to resolve any historical issues. As we’ve stated on the forums, we will ensure that we stick to our values as a community company.
Maybe we did not understand it right? :fear:
This invoice template will never be accepted in any European country.
You must indicate the VAT identification number of the buyer and the seller.
You must indicate the amount of the VAT along with the proper VAT percentage collected.
CodingJack saidAgreed, however, giving the opportunity to authors get in touch with any buyer through private messaging would be a nice way to provide help when needed and to solve the arguments issue at the same time.
the ability to reply opens the door for arguments, which is something Envato probably doesn’t want to deal with.
We got the same issue here: http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/we-should-be-able-to-reply-to-reviews/156451
Never got a reply from the staff either
It was probably a review of the problems that occurred this year on the marketplace
A buyer posted a 1 star rating with the comment: “Waste of my money Make a form and and it doesn’t even style it.”
Problem is: the buyer forgot to copy and paste half of the code, hence the item not working properly.
We should be able to reply to any reviews just for the sake of being able to provide support to buyers who obviously need it.