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NOTE: For some reason I was not permitted to add to the original post so I have started a new question. If you are following, please read the original post first.
The response to my original post is what I expected although my preference is that DNN take some responsibility is these situations.
In the DNN Store FAQ section you have a question "Why buy from the DNN Store?". Part of the answer was "We also facilitate customer service between the buyer and the vendor on any questions that may arise." In other words, what we are buying is DNN's facilitation; it is part of the product. It did not have a 30 day limit on the facilitation.
In this case DNN de-listed the product without notification to purchasers, effectively ending support and your facilitation thereof. In this case DNN did that within thirty days of my purchase and had there been notification I would have asked for a refund because I know the author does not maintain his own support site.
If you use DNN for any length of time you will purchase modules & skins that just don't do the job and you forget about it.; that's life. However,there are times when a refund is the right thing. This is one of those times. DNN represents themselves as facilitating an ongoing relationship with the author and in doing that they have a responsibility to do what they say. The second paragraph in their response to my original post contradicts FAQ representations. The fine print wins.
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