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fillerspace says

I can check the purchase code of items I’ve sold, and indirectly for items I’ve bought (by checking for the download link) using the api, but is there a way to check a purchase code if I am not the buyer or seller? The reason I ask is if someone wants me to customize another author’s plugin or theme, I want to make sure they bought it instead of pirating it.

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tommusrhodus says

Grab the license code they have off them, forward it in a message to the seller, I’m sure they would appreciate what you are doing and would verify the purchase for you :) If you provide your clients ThemeForest username to check against the purchase also, along with a rough purchase date then the seller has everything they need :)

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fillerspace says

Thanls for the reply! I figured that was the only way to do it, and I suppose it is infrequent enough that it wouldn’t be that inconvenient to contact the author for verification. Still, it would be nice to be able to do this through the api.

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