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estimablesir
14.10.2005, 03:17
I just registered. Hopefully when i wake up tommorow my order will be complete and ill receive customer status. Thanks guys for a great program, its worth a lot more than 15.95

Underheaven
14.10.2005, 04:20
Congrats on registering!

NetSoerfer
14.10.2005, 09:58
Thank you for supporting Daemon Tools! I'm happy to see there are still many people out there ready to pay for what they use. Way to go! :)

estimablesir
14.10.2005, 22:26
so, i received an email that my credit card was charged successfully, how come i'm still not a customer? :) Is there anything else i have to do?

Copytrooper
14.10.2005, 23:04
It should be mentioned in the ShareIt mail, that it may take up to 48 hrs.

Zodux
15.10.2005, 10:17
Congrats d00d! :D
I am also willing to pay for this program, but I have a little credit-card problem.. in fact.. I dont have a creditcard. :P

"Must be eighteen!".. man that sucks.. and it applies to too damn much. :P

Meh.. Maybe I can get to borrow my moms creditcard and pay.. then I can say to everyone "I am a Daemon Customer! SWEET! :D".

Thanks for a great program! And may you guys continue to support it till the end of time! :D

NetSoerfer
15.10.2005, 10:37
You don't necessarily have to pay with credit card, at share*it, you have the following options:

http://img444.imageshack.us/img444/4205/paymentoptions1il.png

Nikos
16.10.2005, 23:55
Thanks guys for a great program, its worth a lot more than 15.95Don't give them any ideas...

And why 15.95? What's wrong with 16? Are the servers running on old Pentiums affected by the rounding bug? :mrgreen:

NetSoerfer
17.10.2005, 10:27
And why 15.95? What's wrong with 16? Are the servers running on old Pentiums affected by the rounding bug? :mrgreen:

Oh come on, seriously...

Imagine it cost $16 - you'd look at your monitor in disbelief, muttering something like "SIXTEEN bucks? Damn, who's gonna pay that much? I for sure ain't..." - and in the end nobody would buy Daemon Tools anymore.

BUUUT... it's not $16. It's $15.95, and you see it and subconsciously realize that it's not even sixteen dollars - and immediately go to share*it and buy it, and you're happy because you've made such a great deal.

Man, you could've thought of that yourself, couldn't you? :mrgreen:

estimablesir
17.10.2005, 12:47
it's a pricing technique used by many companies, i learned that in a marketing class that i hated

,jACkdA\W
17.10.2005, 14:10
And it's still just being done on an assumed psychological effect, me and about all people i know still don't seem to actually need to think 'round fractions up' :D

Zodux
18.10.2005, 09:23
Cool! Other payment methods! :D
But.. they are a bit expensive to use from Norway I think. Damn taxes and shit.