1. Richard Hewitt
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I think DWBooster claiming this plugin is “free” somewhat disingenuous. It cannot be used unless PayPal activated, for which DWBooster are charging 5% commission. I do not believe that DWBooster cannot make a tiny code to change the PHP thereby allow users to effectively use the “free” plugin. If DWBooster are unable to bear to allow genuine free use of this plugin perhaps DWBooster should withdraw this plugin from WordPress.org?

  2. codepeople
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #


    Please note that the free version is a fully functional plugin originally designed to make appointments via Paypal as indicated in the product's description. The feature for disabling the Paypal payment was added later on the premium plugin. We prefer to don't limit the functionality of the free version in order to make it a completely functional product for the purpose that it was originally designed. New features are added to premium plugin in order to cover the time used for these developments.

    Regarding to the 5% surcharge that you saw at the product's website, that isn't related to the plugin features in any way, that is related to the payment method selected to get the pro version of the plugin.

    Anyway we will have your comments in mind for a future update.

    Thank you for your feedback.

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