Posts by DOGmotion

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DOGmotion says

Gotta say.
Getting a Macbook Air was actually a great decision.
I recently installed Parallels with Windows 10. Although I have a 4GB Ram. Things are still pretty fast.
The best part is, Now I can test on any browser :D Apple Rocks!!

Next target.. iPhone 6 xD

Hi!
I remember you wanted to use Maya on Air. How is it going? =)

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DOGmotion says

I don’t understand what’s the reason for the default account, maybe i’m blind.. SWIFT accounts are already saved and if you’re withdrawing to PayPal doesn’t it take like 5 seconds to try your email address?! I mean … these two features sound really really useless. Even than the new badges :D

May be it’s like updates with Author and Buyer fees. No one understood what are they for… but now we know.
May be something interesting will be with this update, because now it sounds useless.

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DOGmotion says

Hi, maybe it’s stupid question but what happens with automatic withdrawal? :)
+1 Same question.
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DOGmotion says

I also have 5 invites. Contact me through my profile page and I’ll give you one.

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DOGmotion says

yes but those are nice images :D and the whole website is just for promoting their products (which is not a bad thing off course)

One image looks nice; Two images look nice: 3-5 images look nice. But when we have 20 – 30 big images – it’s a trash.

Yes, I understand that they want to promote their products. But it needs to be done not so aggressive.
We are motion designers, and I think we are able to find what we need ourselves (by using menu or search).
Now it looks like they sell candies for kids.

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DOGmotion says

Too many images… Images are everywhere! The site looks like a cheap ads.

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DOGmotion says



Authors – your tax revenue service isn’t going to research Envato’s T&C’s and see that Authors are the seller… All they’re going to see is one single monthly payment in your bank account from Envato – which is commission. If you tell your tax revenue service “Envato says authors are the seller” you’re setting yourself up for a complicated mess. On your bank account, it will check out that you’re not selling to individual customers, so don’t worry about what Envato says. If they want to say they’re the sellers it’s for their own reasons. The money flow is proof enough who is selling and who is earning commission, so don’t worry!
One day your tax office will ask you to give Envato’s ToC… And what would you do then? I want to see how you will prove that you are not the seller.
Does it matter? You get monthly payments from a single company. I don’t care if Envato says they own Apple in their TOC :)

Of course, it’s matter. You say that you get the commission, but the agreement between you and Envato says that you are the seller. It will look strange for any tax office.

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DOGmotion says

Authors – your tax revenue service isn’t going to research Envato’s T&C’s and see that Authors are the seller… All they’re going to see is one single monthly payment in your bank account from Envato – which is commission. If you tell your tax revenue service “Envato says authors are the seller” you’re setting yourself up for a complicated mess. On your bank account, it will check out that you’re not selling to individual customers, so don’t worry about what Envato says. If they want to say they’re the sellers it’s for their own reasons. The money flow is proof enough who is selling and who is earning commission, so don’t worry!
One day your tax office will ask you to give Envato’s ToC… And what would you do then? I want to see how you will prove that you are not the seller.
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DOGmotion says

Yes.
If we are the sellers we need all the information about every buyer. Every transaction has to be visible. Not just one from Envato, but hundreds from every purchase.
How, the hell, can I prove that I’m the seller if the tax office will see only “Envato commission payments” transactions?

And the issue is not only in US or EU. It concerns the whole world.

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DOGmotion says


Envato Market as a platform with direct transactions between buyer and author
is completely wrong and not the reality. Direct transactions between the buyer and the author? :) Seriously?

+1 :)

This is like calling black “white”. Envato tries to convince everybody including itself.

In reality authors are getting commissions from Envato. Ask to analyze the model any accountant (or better lawyer) – they will confirm it.

+100

Envato may call it “direct transactions between buyer and author”. But logically, we are getting commissions. Here is what I saw in the last transaction from Envato: “Envato Sep 2014 Commission Payment”. Envato can call it whatever they like. But in the whole world, in the reality that I live, it calls “commission payment”.

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