That was a huge spam sent from lots of Authors contact forms, I wouldn’t trust it.
+1 for the Asus, I bought one back in 2011 (almost two years ago) and still working on it every day, I got it for around $900 (8GB of Ram
1333MHz, 750GB 5200rpm, GeForce GT 540M, i7-2630QM).
I would skip that background. It’s just not related to your brand (unless you plan on shipping to the stars ). Keep it simple and only ever add something if you have a good reason. It’s much harder to remove things that to add them.
I subscribe to this. I removed your backgrounds from the Elements Inspector and with a white background looked much better. I don’t think that background represents your business but I might be wrong.
I got one too, it seems that they advertising scheme was a success.
I love this, I’ll set it as wallpaper, it’s just too good.
Keep in mind it started on the weekend, and Monday was a holiday in the US. So a long weekend is going to drop sales a bit. Sales returned to normal later in the week, though
Thanks for letting us know, that might be the reason for my sales being much lower than I’ve expected. :/
Is there a way how can I validate that particular customer really bought my product when he/she contacts me?
Some serial number of purchase that I can validate or something similar?Thanks.
Or you can also ask him for his License Certificate Key, you can verify that by going in your browser to the following link:http://marketplace.envato.com/api/edge/your-envato-username/your-envato-apikey/verify-purchase:HERE_COMES_THE_LICENSE_KEY.json