Exactly the same thing happens to me. Every time i want to withdraw, no matter how small i apply, they ask for verification again and again; it has happened now five times, when the first two payments went through with no problem. The bank where i am supposed to get the letter from is about 2 miles away from me but it is already a week waiting …
Heh heh, guess I am an old nerd
Does anyone have any idea of the AVERAGE number of GR items reviewed each day, and what proportion of these actually make it through to approval? It would be really interesting to have a bit of comparison to a year or two ago? If nobody knows, is it ‘confidential’ information for some reason? And if so why? Thanks.
I won a prize once in an ice skating dance – I was the back half of a donkey Seriously, it’s true.
......So, “Is there anything became better for the buyers?” Yeah – they get illustrations now. They get stuff to buy. Cause vector artists are now better motivated to work and produce quality items.
Well said, Vector Guru Malchev Buyers want choice, and unfortunately for the reviewers and other authors wanting to stay on the homepage for longer than half an hour, that does require a ‘flood’ of items. Time for Vector Valley??? Who would NOT agree?
Today’s the first day since 2011 that I haven’t sold a bean
That’s a true measure of how things are changing. Your items are top quality and you put a lot of time and effort into social marketing, Josweb. I hope this is a freak occurrence. As for me, the trend is also slowly downwards. Font sales are definitely slower since the price increase.
I think it means text inside, or as part of, the images that are saved as 01_etc_etc.
Thanks for this update. I look forward to seeing the new submission requirements too; hopefully it will include the long-standing question of ‘layers on or off’ in PSD files. May i make a suggestion? What would be useful, especially for those who struggle with reading big blocks of text in English, is a Checklist for the different categories; something we could tick off before zipping up for submission.