Almost three weeks later all three purchascodes are still valid. This is just ridiculous.
I don’t expect any answer to this issue soon but guys be aware:You have to double check if your buyers are still legitimate for support or updates to your items
will go with the old method of asking the buyer to send a message from his account. I’m assuming the account is disabled in case of sale reversal.
You’ve mentioned above you spoke with a staff member, what was his answer about this?
Meanwhile Collis has better things to write http://inside.envato.com/top-ten-signs-youre-a-designer/
Seven Signs you are an author on envato marketplaces.
7. You know who to call when you need a love specialist.
6. Your item is not accepted because is too simple. A day after you’ve got the hard reject message you see four simple projects approved on the marketplace. Two of them get featured on homepage with the other two planned to be include in the next bundle.
5. Curiously you get really dizzy if you hear talking about badges and white backgrounds.
4. You are still asking questions on forum while you already know no one will answer
3. You are planning to get a degree in international accounting with a master in European past, current and future VAT laws.
2. You have nightmares where bureaucrats lock you in dark cellars asking you again and again where is the past VAT. Somehow there is a phone on the table but envato doesn’t answer and your jailers refuse to believe envato is real.
1. Happy holiday funny post on envato blog boils your brain and you start flipping tables.
Should be yes I don’t see why not, since the license allow you to purchase the item and customize it for a client, but I’m not sure if they will approve this type of service since will mean they will have thousand of services for each specific item. Will be a mess. After all nothing could block me to create a service for the same item or any other author
I have purchased a plugin where it’s stated on the plugin salespage that the item is licensed 100% GPL. But in the downloaded zip file, the license file states it’s a split GPL license.
The 100% GPL text is placed automatically by envato on the item page when the author selects an item to be under this license.
All the item contents that are created by the author will be under this 100%GPL license. On the other hand, the author can’t license something that he didn’t created so if third party plugins are included those have their own license (that may be 100%GPL off course)
Perhaps you should tone it down a notch. There’s NOTHING that indicates the dtbaker’s remark is incorrect. Envato has made several official statements in which they indicate that they will handle all VAT related matters.
Do you have any info on HOW they will handle this VAT?
From a recent post we’ve learned that envato gives some additional information if you contact them privately, for example we’ve found out that they are planning to give to buyers author information, and to authors, buyers information.
Did this have anything to do with how the VAT will be handled on envato part? From that private message it implies it does.
So, in more details how this will be handled?
How can one invoice the VAT for entire item price for a customer but at the same time the author provides an invoice for 80% of the item price without VAT?
It’s copy paste from an email we got last week. We were only trying to help a fellow author with info we had already received.
And you did very well. I have no problem with this.
I have a big problem with the fact that envato did not write this information here, where all of us are waiting for various answers.
Did they want ALL authors to contact support and ask 100 questions? It will be a huge headache for support. It make no sense.