Help Please “Urgent” Question about licenses
February 8, 2021 at 2:34 AM #260113
I have a important question about license rights for a product that has MRR, RR, PU, CU as a license and has specified terms & conditions: [NO] CAN MODIFY / CHANGE THE MAIN PRODUCT
I’ll explain what happened, I reduced the size of an ebook from 7MB to 1MB and the name of the file was removed by a comma and added two words (but the main name of the ebook was kept) the main product nothing was changed, text, graphics … everything remained the same. I also converted one of your bonuses from PNG to PDF.
Can this be considered an infraction of the term “cannot modify / change”?
Can It bring me future problems?
Thank you very muchFebruary 8, 2021 at 11:45 PM #260122
[NO] CAN MODIFY / CHANGE THE MAIN PRODUCT means NO
You can only sell the main product AS IS… any other modifications can be seen as
a breach of license in most, if not all cases.
It is my advice, when you see these terms, to leave the product alone, and only sell as it comes.
There is more than enough PLR out there, so as to not get ones self in trouble.
Plan Your World In Color!February 9, 2021 at 12:31 AM #260125
Thank you very much Angela for your reply, so I will sell them as they came.
I have one more question: so if I sell only the ebook will I have problems or would I have to sell the whole pack (graphics, pages, banners …)?
Sorry, but I’m new here! lol
Thank you and RegardsFebruary 9, 2021 at 1:36 AM #260126
In most cases, you can just sell the ebook. Sometimes when I buy a whole package (videos, audio, sales page etc etc) I just sell the ebook (information) and I will sometimes package it with something of my own, for example, A yoga tracker, or a recipe planner….. and I might use the videos etc, to create a course, just be sure the products you use in this way, say it is ok to package them with other products.
I know it can be daunting, but you’ll learn and get used to it. But if it makes you feel any better, I still run across Terms I don’t understand or are not clear, in many cases, it’s because the seller or provider, does not understand the license terms themselves. It irks me, because people use so many different terms for what should all be the same, and misinterpret, or even re interpret these license terms so practically none of it means the same thing anymore.
Just keep learning, watching, reading and asking questions, and you will be just fine.
Plan Your World In Color!February 9, 2021 at 12:42 PM #260159
Wow! you were amazing in your answer! It helped a lot!
Thank you so much for taking the time to help me!
Thank youFebruary 10, 2021 at 11:53 AM #260180
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