Did I Mention I Hate Inshot.Com ?

Benjamin from Brothers Campfire here.

Some folks get caught up on an apostrophe. Here are a few if you need one. ”””’

I get it. Some times we need to sweat the small stuff so big stuff doesn’t give us problems down the road.

Take for instance, Inshot.com. These dirtbags have canceled my paid membership and it was necessary to put the screws in.

Lo, and Behold, Wonder of Wonders, my lifetime payment option has been reinstated!

There are numerous versions of this application and after you pay, I imagine they hope you forget and then pay again.

Inshot.com is slimy like that. The first time, I had to send emails and they were ignored. When I started sending view statistics and cross-post links one by one, my account magically began to work.

This time, it took a review adjustment on Google play and one unanswered email. When they do this again, I am going with everything after these dirtbags to include legal routes.

Need an apostrophe?

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

19 thoughts on “Did I Mention I Hate Inshot.Com ?

  1. Ryan Callahan says:

    I pray you don’t have anymore trouble with these folks. How is your wife doing? I hope and pray she is recovering well. Blessings to you all.

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  2. Ritish Sharma says:

    That’s really frustrating. Good to see you’re taking stand against these so called companies.

    Wishing your wife a fast recovery.

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      Thank you. I cannot stand to see people ripped off. Just imagine if someone scraped all of thier money together to make videos and it was taken from them every 6 months.

      http://Www.Inshot.Com did this to me when I needed to immediately make a compressed video with high clarity to translate sign language for my sick wife.

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  3. mattsnyder1970 says:

    That’s a truly horrible experience, but I am glad you are sticking it to them. Sometimes I think companies take what is said to them as an empty threat. Youon the other like your are a fighter.

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  4. Lolalia says:

    Sorry about your frustrations. I can only say: Been there with so many internet services. Sometimes the world-wide-web seems like a big pile of cow plop that fell in our laps when teachers and other so-called voices of what’s-best-for-us told us that we must have it to live properly. Oh, if only the surrealists were alive today.

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      The Internet is yucky. It is composed of people. There are a few ways to remove the anonymity of business owners that sell products online. This one is personal for me because it slowed down my ability to send accurate information for my wife who is in serious condition right now.

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      1. Lolalia says:

        My prayers for your wife. I have been battling cancer, so I know the importance of transparency when dealing with companies and their people online. Good luck and best wishes.

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