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WHO: xhyra/ adurrgtables

WHAT: an egg adoptable that I also drew the larger version of.

WHEN: Was purchased from me several years. Today he posted it to resell it without permission.

Him selling it without permission: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/22519095/
My original submission: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/13741056/
Me asking him not to resell, which he promptly hid: http://sta.sh/0uv18sjgu24

This was an egg adoptable that he purchased from me a few years back. I have always had the full that my Adoptable's cannot be resold for money. Only given away as a gift to someone or back to me if you no longer feel a connection to it. The adoptable was put up for resale today without my consent. I politely asked him not to resell it and the comment was hidden by him.
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Feb. 6th, 2017 02:03 am (UTC)
This makes no sense to me and I am sorry if this bothers you but I really would like you to clarify this. Why do you only specify you are uncomfortable if it is "for money". This would make sense if these commissions are for a non-money currency like some kind of in-game currency, but they aren't. It would also make sense to say people can't sell them for more than they paid so people can't use you for their own profit, but this isn't that either. If it was about you wanting to keep track of your adoptables that would make sense too, but since you are okay with them being given away, that doesn't match either. I just want to know the reasoning behind this policy.
Feb. 6th, 2017 02:05 am (UTC)
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We're going to go ahead and nip this in the bud for being off topic. Regardless of why the OP made this rule, the client agreed to it upon purchase.

If users want to talk about the merits of various adoptable ToSes, then thy are welcome to make a discussion post.


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