I am looking for a business directory where people can post a review, so I was drawn to this plugin in WP’s free plug in respitory. What you get for free is extremely basic, and then you have to pay 60 dollars for each module to get the features that one would expect to be included, amounting to hundreds of dollars. From the download page there is nothing stating what is included for free and what you have to pay for. This is only discovered after you install the free version. If you sign up for their email training course that they push when you download the free version they state you will recieve a free module, but fail to mention it is only one specific module, not one of your choice. This feels much like bait and switch, anything to reel the customer into paying more and more. Is this deception and dishonesty? It feels that way to me and at the very least it is extremely frustrating. By most accounts this gentleman has great support and a pretty solid and stable product, but I will not pay through the nose for deceptive marketing. I am not interested in taking a week long course to learn how to use something that I have to pay 3 or 4 hundred dollars for. I want it to be as plug and play as possible, and I want to know what I am paying for before I download it, not after. I am the 14th person to give this a one star, and most of them are complaining about the same thing. See a pattern? This free version is simply a gimmick to pay for features that the plug in is useless without
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