If you build lots of WordPress blogs for yourself or, especially, if you build sites for sale or for clients, one issue you’ve probably come up against are the licensing rights for some of the themes and plugins you use.
Not every commercial theme or plugin can be included in a handover of a site to a new owner. In some cases, the new owner is required to buy their own license for a theme or a plugin or two.
Many developers in the WordPress community sell what are known as Developer’s Rights for their products, allowing you to include their products on sites you build for sale or for clients.
Update October 28th, 2016: I finally got a partial refund but it wasn’t easy.
Since Ariel Sanders (Stream Store developer) did not honour my refund request on October 6th, I was forced to open a PayPal dispute to recover my funds. Within minutes of me opening it, Sanders had responded (within the PayPal dispute) saying I was seeking a refund after the 30-day money-back period had expired. If only he’d dealt with support issues as quickly.
Indeed, I did open the dispute 3 days after the refund period had expired (but my original refund request had been on Oct. 6th). I asked for a refund for the base product and the three …