Well, that’s very interesting. Right now there’s only quiz, where you can find answers all over the internet or just ask on forums here till somebody help you. I wonder what staff’s got to say here
It becomes a madness for the last few months. I just followed this: http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/freshkiller-lets-group-together-and-give-them-hell-/26349 It helps.
I think it won’t help. You’ll send DCMA, they’ll remove the files and then what? Another account will be created, another project of you will be bought, and another sale reversal will occure. The key problem is not the fact that your files are distributed outside Envato, but that there’s not enough protection for sellers.
Now I know that it’s almost impossible to deal with sale reversals and I can’t really blame Envato for that since I know they can’t do much about it. What I can do is to wait for any improvement for registering process, so the account will be precious enough that noone will want it to be banned.
And the thread is closed in 3.. 2.. 1..
Well, that’s how it is. Stock sites have their own policies and Adobe don’t make it any easier, not just in Illustrator, but in every software they make
Forgive me, but I have to ask – did you try to save it as Illustrator 10 EPS instead of CS EPS?
It’s hard to say what’s the real problem if you don’t describe it properly.
How many items did you include in your project?
Is it a bundle? And if it is, did you mention it clearly in name/description/preview?
Relax, you already have a thread about this project: