I purchased Gifzign and the Template Club on 21st March 2017 but have only just registered my account. Unfortunately, in my account I have the option to buy membership of the Club, something that I'm paying for and should have access to, which isn't acceptable, given that I'm paying for it.
I need to request a refund. I mistakenly thought this was a web based service and not a software product. Under the terms of your 60 day refund I need to be refunded as I cannot use this product. Transaction ID's for JVZoo are Gifzign (details hidden for security reasons)
I just checked gifzign and thinkig of buying it with all the uppsells. I have a few questions about it.
Its not clear to me what gifzign grow (the last uppsell) means. Is this a software reselling solution? So I can resell the software its own to my clients (create clients accounts) and they can create their work with it?
I purchased Gifzign on Thursday 6th of July 2017. Transaction Id: [some contents hidden]. Sorry to tell that, but I am not happy with Gifzign... I have the same issues as many others, so I would like to request a refund for my purchase.
im receiving an error message that reads as "The application cannot be installed due to a certificate problem. The certificate does not match the installed application certificate, does not support application upgrades, or is invalid. Please contact the application author.".
Purchased Gifzign today, it's in my JVZoo account, I clicked access product took me to a registration page with username and email address. I filled that out and submitted it, never got my login information, I even tried reset password option on the login page I get no emails.
In this version we added two new cool features, here is breakdown!
First we are introducing a new loading screen with a progress bar so that you know how much time is left when you are converting a video to GIF, previewing a GIF or rendering a GIF. It’s very handy and also includes links to the Gifzign support page and blog.
Bonus: the loading UI as we envisioned it initially This