Posts by revaxarts

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revaxarts says


@Doru ok, can you send me an invoice for this purchase? You now, you’re the seller and with selling stuff there is some responsibility.

btw is there a 14 day money back guarantee for the image?

also I have some specific customization questions so can you call me at 1-800-NT-SO-SRZ
there is a life time money back guarantee scheme available yes. I will send you an invoice and call you asap but now I’m going to pay the VAT on this sell.

No I have a VAT-ID so I need an invoice without VAT (You’re EU business?)

Also I prefer a paper invoice in my inbox rather with an email – no problem I guess

Nice doing business with you, I’ll recommend you!

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revaxarts says

@Doru ok, can you send me an invoice for this purchase? You now, you’re the seller and with selling stuff there is some responsibility.

btw is there a 14 day money back guarantee for the image?

also I have some specific customization questions so can you call me at 1-800-NT-SO-SRZ

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revaxarts says

Any news about this? As other said is unlikely that envato will give my email to anyone who buy something from me but you never know with all this recent changes. So what is this text about? And can you confirm that you don’t start to give my mail to everyone?

I just bought your photo and I didn’t get your mail address (damn – would like to spam you :sarcasm: )

now you have a sale of PD as well :)

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revaxarts says

TL;DR

While I agree mostly with the other statements I cannot agree with this one
My item was disabled because of a bug, the reviewers are to blame

We are talking about software which we all know has bugs. You brought the example with the car which is totally different. When a car has a “bug” you may can lose your life or hurt others so this is essentials to fix.

In software bugs are often small issues which doesn’t hurt you in real life and can be fixed with an update (how to update a car?)

While cars shouldn’t be available for sale when they have “bugs” removing items (software) isn’t justified. My plugin had a lot of bugs sinces it’s release two years ago and I did my best to fix them ASAP. But removing it from the market and hurting my income wouldn’t have any sense (as long it’s no a security related issue).

Have you ever noticed that a big player like Microsoft or Apple has removed their product cause it contained a bug? Unless it was critical I doubt it. And guess what – Windows (or MacOS) still has bugs.

If you don’t allow that items have bugs you have to disable 98% of them here!

I really would like that Envato acts more professional in this kind of matter. Disabling items with small glitches only hurts authors and buyers. And if the reviewer needs a couple of days to re enable it is an absolute no-go

So
  • Disabling items with (critical) security issues – fine
  • Disabling items 48h after a notification to the developer without fix – fine
  • Disabling items when buyers claim the takedown – NONONO
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revaxarts says

Welcome to the Club!

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revaxarts says

@Cubell agreed! This is very serious and I’m sure it’s Envatos fault here. period.

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revaxarts says

^ my accountant said they (Envato) can say what ever they want – only the money flow counts!

So if you have proof the only income is from Envato directly you shouldn’t worry

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revaxarts says

Hey Collis!

Any Updates on this yet? You’ve just vanished for another week now and most of us are really curious how the marketplace will work in the (very near) future.

My whole business depends on your decision since I’m full time here. There are only about 40 days left to 2015 and changing your business model probably takes more time.

It’s a bad attitude to keep us waiting so long without any response!

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revaxarts says

Hey Scott! Can I use an item from VH as basis?

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revaxarts says

Hi guys, we were worried as you are about this new changes and contacted Envato Tax Team to clarify all this. They stated that Envato will collect all the VAT and handle it (will pay the taxes and handle them in full with the tax authorities). They are working on what documentation will be provided to us, where can be seen that Envato pays the VAT, so we won’t have to (no double taxing). They will inform us on what document will be provided soon. So there is no need to worry. We will archive this document and in case of any problem with tax authorities in our countries we will only need to show that document where is clearly shown that the VAT is already paid. We also spoke with our accountant (We are from European Union) and he stated that this is the way the things need to be handle and that, that specific document is enough for us (authors), so we won’t have to pay VAT and will have no problem with tax authorities. Hope you understand all of this what I wrote :)

Thanks for the info, although an official response would be appreciated. I don’t really fear the future change (beside that customers have to pay more) but what about the past?

Does any author payed any VAT from the earnings on the MP in the past? As far as I know nobody did

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