I'm very confused by the pricing as well.
What do you get exactly for the "Pro Features Forever." Please provide details.
How do you buy the "Pro Features Forever?" What if you don't have a store now but plan to have one set up by January, 2017?
I don't see a Buy Now button (for "Pro Features Forever") on Cartloom.com.
Does this mean you don't have to pay any monthly fees for the Plus plan?
Does this mean that you don't have to pay the $29/monnth fee for the Pro plan?
If you still have to pay the 2% fee with the Free plan, what's the advantage of the "Pro Features Forever" if your just going to use the Free plan?
If I buy the "Pro Features Forever" and I have 3 clients, ClientA, ClientB, and ClientC, do I/they still have to pay monthly fees for the Plus and/or Pro plan?
I tried to use Cartloom once before for a client who wound up firing me because I'd promised her that I could set up a store for her to sell physical products (herwebsitestore.com) that could be sold through her website, and all fees and shipping charges would be kept to a minimum if she used the United States Postal Service (USPS), and I promised her this was very doable based on what yabdab stated on Cartloom.com, but it was impossible despite 11 or 12 phone calls to the USPS to set up the API. Each call took 2 to 3 hours since the hold time was around 90 minutes.
As best I could understand the USPS API, they set up a "key" based on an email address and the URL for herwebsitestore.com, but Cartloom's required set up is for herwebsitestore.cartloom.com--so the USPS API key could never work because it was reading herwebsitestore.cartloom.com as only cartloom.com.
After she fired me she later hired an attorney, and I had to pay back all my compensation for building herwebsitestore.com--plus damages--which included an estimated loss of income based upon the revenue she earned from herwebsitestore.com once it was up and running for 6 months after being built by another developer.
I in turn asked the same attorney if he'd sue YabDab.
I see now that Cartloom 4 is also again promising calculation of shipments for physical products via USPS. What assurance/guarantee that such calculation is actually possible?
I look forward to your answers.