Anybody use Contest Burner Wordpress Plugin?

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I'm thinking about running a contest on my site for Halloween...

I came across this plugin called Contest Burner. Have any of you guys used it? I already have over 15 plugins for my site and I was wondering if any of you have experienced any technical problems using it. Not feeling like crashing my site...

Thx.
#burner #contest #plugin #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author Melodican
    Hey there

    Never used the plug buddy but I was speaking to Mike Stewart and he was telling me that he can find over 120 reasons per year to have a sale.... 120 ! I guess that works out at one every 3 days which is mad....

    Increased his sales HUGELY though !

    Good luck with the sale :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author zapseo
    Just be careful you are not violating any laws.

    This tends to be one of the bigger killers (laws) of people wanting to run contests.
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    • Profile picture of the author pbennett
      yeah, the laws are the next part of my research. I thought I ran across a site that would run the contest for you, but i haven't been able to find it again.
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      • Profile picture of the author Ryan K
        Originally Posted by pbennett View Post

        yeah, the laws are the next part of my research. I thought I ran across a site that would run the contest for you, but i haven't been able to find it again.
        There shouldn't be any issues with legality with this item. The developers are all over that and wouldn't create a product that didn't conform to the latest codes. There are two versions of Contest Burner now - one for your site and another app within Facebook. So now you can have fun all over the place!
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        • Profile picture of the author cybernet
          I'm a beta tester for their Facebook version.

          I like FB version but hesitate to use it in REAL LIFE. Reason is simple... NO support, no emails answered. I even tried to contact Bill via facebook. No response.

          I got their FB version for free, but I'd rather pay and get support. Otherwise it's completely useless. I can't run a real contest unless I know there is a technical support there to back me up just in case something goes wrong.

          Originally Posted by Ryan K View Post

          There are two versions of Contest Burner now - one for your site and another app within Facebook. So now you can have fun all over the place!
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  • Profile picture of the author guardinator
    I have used contest burner and I can say that it was probably the best plugin that I ever bought. It creates a contest using API's from facebook, youtube and twitter.

    I have used contest burner and I can say that it was probably the best plugin that I ever bought. It creates a contest using API's from facebook, youtube and twitter.

    Yes, Contest Burner still works after all the Facebook changes.
    Also someone asked if there were training videos to look at before a purchase... here they are here:support.businessinnercircleDOTcom/vids/cbsetupnew/

    I have used this plugin on my site:tweetandwinDOTnet a few times. Not only did I make some money from having clients pay for a contest, but the people that came to my site during a live contest visited my sponsors and the ad revenue generated was great.

    I highly recommend this plugin. It was worth every penny.
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  • Profile picture of the author OpticalOut
    I just checked out this plugin. Looks amazing.
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    • Profile picture of the author tlarsen2080
      I am very interested in this Contest burner product.
      But does anyone know if it violates the facebook terms-laws they have, or does it utilze the process as they see fit-
      Or does this need to have the okay from facebook before running a contest??
      Hope some one knows...THANK YOU !
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      • Profile picture of the author fosu
        I don't understand, if it violating (law)? why would the big name (guru's) promoting and endorsing this product.....
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        • Profile picture of the author Izesta
          Originally Posted by fosu View Post

          I don't understand, if it violating (law)? why would the big name (guru's) promoting and endorsing this product.....

          In my day job, legal counsel has knocked down our desire to hold various contests. Some go through, some don't.

          There are lots of state laws regarding games, contests, raffles & lotteries. I think most states require you even set up escrow accounts to be certain prizes are awarded.

          Be sure to check it out.

          The product is being sold probably with a caveat that "you" are responsible for adherence to any applicable laws &* regulations. The usual fine print.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mo Goulet
    I just purchased another plugin (EzWPCloner Plugin). Uploaded it to server, activated it then ran the plugin and got multiple errors on what was supposed to be a 5 step simple operation. I submitted 2 support tickets with no response.

    He is also promoting this plugin and another...

    My advice is to stay away...
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    • Profile picture of the author bolaji
      What's up, folks:

      I got the Contest Burner plug-in a few days ago. And this was - get this -after being publicly critical of the launch!

      After seeing dozens of breathless comments on the pre-launch pages about how excited people were, I felt compelled to caution the newbies not to make an emotional purchase just because "everyone else was doing it".

      I also used the analogy of a toddler buying a BMW. Sure, it's a great car, but if your business model isn't ready for that particular tool yet, buying it is a waste of money.

      These were general criticisms against the traditional launch formula (scarcity, hiding the price until the last minute, etc.

      I posted the comment, and within 15 minutes, Bill McIntosh had sent me a private response.

      He was extremely courteous, and elaborated on how this tool could work, even for newbies.

      I was so very impressed with his response, that I gave Contest Burner a closer look.

      I made the purchase (it was more affordable than I thought it would be), and I've been extremely pleased.

      As a matter of fact, I just launched my first contest a few minutes ago!

      Who is Bolaji O? » The Great Rat Race Escape Thanksgiving Contest

      I'd appreciate your expert eyes checking it out...
      it's also an opportunity to kick the tires,
      see how the plug-in works, and
      envision how you might apply it.

      If there's anything you think I should update on the contest page, do let me know.

      Thanks!

      And I hope this detail was useful.
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    • Profile picture of the author brendanwenzel
      Originally Posted by proapc View Post

      I just purchased another plugin (EzWPCloner Plugin). Uploaded it to server, activated it then ran the plugin and got multiple errors on what was supposed to be a 5 step simple operation. I submitted 2 support tickets with no response.

      He is also promoting this plugin and another...

      My advice is to stay away...
      what are you even talking about? This has absolutely nothing to do with contest burner.
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  • Profile picture of the author lefty359
    It looked good to me until I saw the $77 price was only for one domain.
    A real deal killer for me. Good luck with it.
    When does the contest end? I couldn't find out from the salesletter how long was the optimal time to run these contests.
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    • Profile picture of the author brendanwenzel
      Originally Posted by lefty359 View Post

      It looked good to me until I saw the $77 price was only for one domain.
      A real deal killer for me. Good luck with it.
      When does the contest end? I couldn't find out from the salesletter how long was the optimal time to run these contests.
      In my experience, the optimal time is usually anywhere from a week to two weeks. That gives the contest enough time to really gain steam, but also doesn't make it too long a time for people to just completely forget about it. Of course this is something that should be tested a little bit more. I actually have a friend running a contest now that will last a few months for a couple basketball tickets. And I'm very eager to see how this runs out.
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  • Profile picture of the author lefty359
    Does anyone know what the price is to use on multiple domains?
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  • Profile picture of the author lefty359
    The bsic 1 domain plugin supposed to be $77. For $147 did you get the multiple domains one?
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    • Profile picture of the author rtole99
      Sorry, I was not fully awake when I wrote that. I paid 77 but the multiple domains was 147. I just got the basic one.
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      • Profile picture of the author dcushion
        I was at a Jeff Johnson seminar a couple of years ago and he cautioned everyone to make sure you have all the appropriate legal disclaimers and info on your site if doing contests.

        He said he paid significant money for his attorney to provide legal protection for his contests. The attorney was also there as a presenter and wholeheartedly agreed.

        It was enough to scare me off... but, perhaps, I am too cautious... or just didn't want to pay more attorney fees.

        But, Jeff knows his stuff and I listened.
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  • Profile picture of the author Melody
    Great discussion - my hubby had asked me about this one just a few minutes ago, any my first response was 'well, contests are tricky due to being highly regulated...'.

    I love the concept and the plugin but have not gotten it yet because I really wanted to see how things shake down legally.

    Would love to hear Kinsdvater's take on this one?

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    • Profile picture of the author tim413
      Yes..... it is an upsell. I think the upsell adds 5 domains.

      The upsell also adds more options to the plugins. The upsell page tells you what the options are, but I could not tell you what they are.

      Tim
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Tocco
    Originally Posted by pbennett View Post

    I'm thinking about running a contest on my site for Halloween...

    I came across this plugin called Contest Burner. Have any of you guys used it? I already have over 15 plugins for my site and I was wondering if any of you have experienced any technical problems using it. Not feeling like crashing my site...

    Thx.
    I also have a lot of plug ins on my wordpress site and have run my 1st contest burner contest without any glitches at all, thankfully.

    It's so simple but very effective.

    All I can say is, Contest Burner is doing exactly what it says it can do. Very refreshing for a change.
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  • Profile picture of the author scdayton
    I don't have this plug-in but would seriously consider it if the product owner provided a pdf or training video's on how it can be used for free.

    He lists a lot of ideas for using Content Burner, but no place does he give an example of how it could be useful in these situations. For example he lists things like using it for promoting affiliate products, CPA offers and offline local businesses, yet he doesn't give a single example of CB being used in any of these instances.

    There are tons of text on the sales page dedicated to the "lots of traffic and tons of exposure to your offers" yet nothing on the payoff portion. I mean that's great I can get lots of traffic ad potential sales, but the large elephant in the room (ie. the rewards I have to pay out) is completely ignored.

    I could pay someone in the WF service area to build me lots of links and web 2.0 sites for $67 or something like that, but I'm afraid this plug-in is going to put me on the hook for owing a bunch of people $100k worth of iPads or something.

    Perhaps this is not the case, but the sales page unfortunately doesn't cover the payment side of things nor does it cover the practical use of the plug-in with the examples it says it could be used for. I for one might be interested in this to use for local offline businesses as a service. However am I going to spend a $147 for a plug-in that gives me no info on how this might be used with local business while also providing no guarantees so if I go through the training and find it really isn't practical for this use I'm now out $147? No way.

    They should give away at least some training for free so you know if the plug-in will be of use for what you want to use it for. Maybe one training example per type of business use.

    Anyway I'm not knocking the plug-in itself, it may be great. The sale page however was 100% hype and unfortunately no real life examples of how the plug-in could be used in the real world. Cut the hype from the sales page which would make it about 1/8th it's current length and provide some useful material on it's practical use in the real world and they might have something here.

    -Stephen
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    • Profile picture of the author rtole99
      Hey Warriors,
      It has taken me awhile but I bought the software about a month ago and finally setup a contest. It is pretty slick software. The setup is a little confusing so make sure to watch the videos if you do purchase the app. But I am impressed. They did a great job of the twitter, youtube, and facebook integration.

      If you want to check out my contest that I setup
      http://listbuilder123.com/free_info/...hallenge-links
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    • Profile picture of the author gtgart
      Hi Stephen

      You get it, I get it and a lot of folks who view that sales page get it so why doesn't Bill McIntosh? Just something to give you the lead in, how to use it, screens shots aren't that hard a video that is not his son doing something in the dark and out of focus.

      Lot of sales gone bye-bye for such a poor effort.

      Will be giving it a go and report back what my experiences are. I may even do some video tutorials on this and send them along to Bill, he sure could use something of substance on his sales page.

      Mtcw.
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  • Profile picture of the author JeromyS
    I was on the other end of Contest Burner, as a site visitor, contest participant. This was for Mike Johnson's launch of Autoblog Blueprint 3.0. It seemed to do a killer job of tracking and keeping score. Unfortunately, even though I managed to get myself into 6th place and was qualified for all levels of prizes, I didn't win anything. Mike gave me a free membership for my efforts though, which was nice. The system, tracked all users, kept score and at the end of it selected all the winners. From the contest participant end, it seemed to be extensive and appeared to do a great job.
    Cheers!
    JeromyS
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel LaRusso
      Originally Posted by JeromyS View Post

      I was on the other end of Contest Burner, as a site visitor, contest participant. This was for Mike Johnson's launch of Autoblog Blueprint 3.0. It seemed to do a killer job of tracking and keeping score. Unfortunately, even though I managed to get myself into 6th place and was qualified for all levels of prizes, I didn't win anything. Mike gave me a free membership for my efforts though, which was nice. The system, tracked all users, kept score and at the end of it selected all the winners. From the contest participant end, it seemed to be extensive and appeared to do a great job.
      Cheers!
      JeromyS
      I had a similar experience as a contestant, not from the guy you are mentioning, but from another person in this thread who ran a contest. Although it technically is illegal in the U.S. to run a fake contest where prize winners don't get any of the prizes listed, I'm not going to report it or anything, but it's just sort of cheezy if you are going to run a contest using Contest Burner to get people sucked in to your product or list, and then not actually give away the prizes.
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  • Profile picture of the author asimbawany
    Hi, to get people in not and not giving prizes would be illegal anywhere in the world im sure.

    As far as the plugin goes, I bought the ultimate edition and have used it on 1 of my sites so far.

    The plugin is very easy to install and use... The training is also very detailed.
    On this particular site, I had a very small current base from which to take the contest viral but it still brought in about 7-8 times the usual traffic the first few days and then it started going down. you need to be able to push every few days to keep your contest motivated and actively promoting which again is explained in the training.

    I highly recommend this product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
    We've had a lot of people asking us about Contest Burner and from the feedback we've got from other users and customers of our we decided to add it as a additional plug in option for our List Machine Pro theme.

    We highly recommend Contest Burner.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomScarn
    Anyone find any definitive answer for the legality of the online contest? I'm interested but as always I don't want to break any state or federal laws.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Moffatt
      Originally Posted by TomScarn View Post

      Anyone find any definitive answer for the legality of the online contest? I'm interested but as always I don't want to break any state or federal laws.
      It's very dicey with some states. We paid Bob Silber $3000 just to write our terms of service when we were running our game Find That Tweet. However, that included a cash jackpot type of thing so we had a lot of things to worry about.

      I think just giving away physical products would be much less of a risk of running into trouble. However, I'm not a lawyer and that's why we hired one who specialized in such a thing.

      Bill (the owner of the product) may want to research this issue and have an attorney draw up some TOS papers that he can give to customers. I think that would be a pretty smart idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frankie B Frank
    Has anyone used this plugin recently? Is is still working with all the recent Facebook changes?
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    • Profile picture of the author cybernet
      yes, I'd like to know if Contest burner STILL works as advertised AFTER all these changes in FB.
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  • Profile picture of the author HarryPotter
    anyone got a response to the status of contest burner? would be interested to know
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  • Profile picture of the author mobetman
    I've seen a lot of questions on this thread about the legal issues around contests and raffles. I've done many contest and raffle and several with major corporations like McDonald's and Anheuser Busch.

    I'm not a lawyer but here's the scoop from having done this numerous times.

    If you giveaway ANYTHING of value (cash, goods or even services) via a contest you are running the risk of getting into legal trouble.

    One of the big challenges is that each state has different laws regarding contests and since it's online, if anyone in that state enters your contest they can come after you. In fact, some of the corporate contests I've done specifically excluded certain states just for this reason. For example, "If you live in the state of Wisconsin you cannot enter this contest."

    The other challenge with contests are taxes. You're supposed to get executed W9 forms (for US based contests) to let Uncle Sam know the value of the prices given away.

    You're also supposed to list the odds of winning, dates of the contest, how winners are chosen, etc. in your Contest Terms.

    Hosting a contest is a real pain in the a** and all the companies I've worked with outsourced the legal and management aspects of the deal just for that reason.

    Having said all the above, I've also done many contests without any legal protections. Why? Because it was a smaller locally/regionally based contest with little chance of getting noticed by the powers that be.

    My advice...if you're doing a big contest and your business is on the line, seek legal assistance. If you're doing a smaller contest to drive additional subscribers or FB fans, you'll probably be able to get away without the legal protection. Just note that you are opening yourself to potential problems.
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    • Profile picture of the author Cataclysm1987
      Originally Posted by mobetman View Post

      I've seen a lot of questions on this thread about the legal issues around contests and raffles. I've done many contest and raffle and several with major corporations like McDonald's and Anheuser Busch.

      I'm not a lawyer but here's the scoop from having done this numerous times.

      If you giveaway ANYTHING of value (cash, goods or even services) via a contest you are running the risk of getting into legal trouble.

      One of the big challenges is that each state has different laws regarding contests and since it's online, if anyone in that state enters your contest they can come after you. In fact, some of the corporate contests I've done specifically excluded certain states just for this reason. For example, "If you live in the state of Wisconsin you cannot enter this contest."

      The other challenge with contests are taxes. You're supposed to get executed W9 forms (for US based contests) to let Uncle Sam know the value of the prices given away.

      You're also supposed to list the odds of winning, dates of the contest, how winners are chosen, etc. in your Contest Terms.

      Hosting a contest is a real pain in the a** and all the companies I've worked with outsourced the legal and management aspects of the deal just for that reason.

      Having said all the above, I've also done many contests without any legal protections. Why? Because it was a smaller locally/regionally based contest with little chance of getting noticed by the powers that be.

      My advice...if you're doing a big contest and your business is on the line, seek legal assistance. If you're doing a smaller contest to drive additional subscribers or FB fans, you'll probably be able to get away without the legal protection. Just note that you are opening yourself to potential problems.
      If your contest is small enough, no one will give a damn.

      If you start getting big though, probably listen to this guy.
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  • Profile picture of the author daviddriscoll
    I can't seem to get the technical support that was offered as a VIP upsell, asking for refund, staff aren't even available during the advertised Livechat periods. Not hopeful of hearing back re refund based on experience over last few days (also had problems with standalone notifier errors - so product is pretty much unless without help as can't even get my demo site unlocked to use on customer (I don't like to sell things unless I've tried them myself).
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  • Profile picture of the author Chronic IM
    Hello!

    I think many have used contest burner and I can say that it was one of the best plugin ever created. It creates contests using facebook API's, youtube and twitter. It still does work after all the changes made on FB. It's useful and very handy. It's easy to use and is hustle free.

    Best of Luck!
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    • Originally Posted by Chronic IM View Post

      Hello!

      I think many have used contest burner and I can say that it was one of the best plugin ever created. It creates contests using facebook API's, youtube and twitter. It still does work after all the changes made on FB. It's useful and very handy. It's easy to use and is hustle free.

      Best of Luck!
      Hi Chronic IM... i am assuming you use the WP plugin... this is something I have been thinking of getting for a long time now...

      Can you pls share your experience with functioning, support, ease of use - can you run multiple contests simultaneously?....

      would appreciate ur feedback....
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  • Profile picture of the author theantihype
    This "software" is currently offline. I paid $147 for it when it first launched, only come to find out now that there is not a download link available anywhere.

    Download | Contest Burner says that they are "updating" it, by taking the product offline? I've never heard of a software company that would pull the rug on a product for "updates".

    I've submitted a ticket to support, asking for either a working download or a refund in full.

    Bad business practices, IMHO.
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  • Profile picture of the author arillera
    I recently created a solution for contests I think you should check out at WP Contest Creator | Wordpress Contest Plugin.

    In a nutshell you can run as many contests as you want and its built to share virally on facebook, twitter, and youtube.

    We covered just about everything from contest rules, to editing, and more.

    Check it out!
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  • Profile picture of the author Hitmanad
    I purchased the Contest Burner, but am finding their posted 9am-5pm pacific time support hours to be non-existent. I've called three times and emailed each time from early in the day.

    Anyone used Contest Dominator? Or other plugins for contests?
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  • Profile picture of the author jerusalemhosts
    After much searching there does not seem to be a clear answer as to wether or not Contest Burner actually delivers what it claims to - The idea obviously has massive potential - can anyone enlighten me on either this product or a similar alternative?
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  • Profile picture of the author tahir100
    has anyone used CB for building list??
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  • Profile picture of the author kathyg1
    Do NOT waste your money on Contest Burner. It doesn't work, and their support is AWFUL. I made the mistake of believing they would help when they requested my WP log in...and 5 days later still nothing. In the meantime my client is really upset with me.
    Check out Contest Domination--Travis follows through and it's worth the extra money.
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  • Profile picture of the author invisionstudios
    I've owned Contestburner for a couple of months. I just tried to install it on a client's WP site and it doesn't work -- the installed dashboard pages are broken. I've just requested support 9-15-2013 11:30am Eastern time. We'll see how long it takes to respond.
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  • Profile picture of the author kjamesnv
    I have used CB. We did have some technical issues but support did resolve them. While tech support is not exactly fast, they did take care of the problems.

    CB does work. However FB recently changed their requirements for mandatory 3rd party contest apps. At this point I am not sure if we will continue to use CB or another solution.
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  • Profile picture of the author scull79
    iv just bought contestburner standard edition, clicked through the link to download then suprise suprise, links to wanting me to buy the ultimate edition, clicked no, then in the members area says i havent even got the standard edition, no download link nothing, just sent an email to support, see how long that takes, generally not happy for the price, might ask for full refund if not sorted soon.
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    • Profile picture of the author rango1
      Hey Scull, I know what you mean. I bought that WP Simplicity plugin for WP and it didn't even work the way it was advertised, but at least you had some kind of customer support, I had none and lost my money to boot. Hope you get your money back if you can.
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      • Profile picture of the author scull79
        thanks for your reply rango, yeah doesnt sound to good, but if i dont hear anything from support as iv heard there not great either then may have to take it up with paypal, dont see how it seems so rubbish for that price and not even a link to directly download......well here's hoping.
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        • Profile picture of the author scull79
          was that simplicity plugin through the same company, thats rubbish you couldnt get your money back, hope you didnt lose to much mate.
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          • Profile picture of the author scull79
            so i got a full refund when i opened up a case with paypal, so anyone thinking of buying it dont bother, its not online anymore.
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