Report: #1494708

Complaint Review: WP BAKERY -

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  • Reported By: Bill — Santa Fe New Mexico United States
  • WP BAKERY Cyprus

WP BAKERY wpbakery.com WordPress Plug in Software Provider Software product installation failed (several times) with message: "The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.in" No way to claim a refund using their website, the only contact offered.i 

*Author of original report: My Satisfaction

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I purchased a WordPress Plug in product via the internet and their website descriptions.  Somewhere I recall a 15 day refund polich. 

I was able to download and start the product installation as expected.  The installation suddenly stopped with this message:  "The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini" 

After several retries I attempted to claim a refund.  Impossible from their website, the only contact available. 

I am now using my credit card dispute process to claim my refund.

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#1 Author of original report

My Satisfaction

AUTHOR: Bill - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 20, 2020

I initiated a dispute process with CitiCards.com when I filed the original Ripoffreport.  Today, May 20, 2020 I received an e-mail from the "Help Team @ envato.com" advising me that my account has been locked.  "This is due to a Credit Card Payment Dispute or Chargeback raised for a purchase made via your account on Envato Market." I feel like I won that battle and the time with the dispute process was well spent.  They can keep my account locked forever as far as I'm concerned.


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