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Good day! Happy New Year! Not that I'm so greedy, but I want to find out the truth. It often happens that people come directly to me and ask, so to speak, to give them a from one of my photos. The reasons are very different - but mostly financial. Since I myself am not very rich, as a rule, I go to meet the requestor. But recently an interesting incident happened to me. A few weeks ago I have sale one of the photos (Country: Worldwide Usage: Personal use, Impresiones, tarjetas y regalos personales o referencias para artistas. Solo para un uso no comercial; no se permite la reventa. "Translation of Spanish text - Prints, cards and personal gifts or references for artists. For non-commercial use only; Resale is not allowed.'' Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use 46 MB 4927 x 3263 pixels 658KB compressed Start: 03 December 2019 End: 03 December 2024). And the next day she was returned (04 December 2019) Sale refunded - Original sale date (03 December 2019). But why not an explanation for the reason for the return? I think this is a certain element of fraud, IMHO. What do you think about this, gentlemen, experienced stockers who have been working with Alamy for a long time?
Dear fellow Alamy contributors! Please allow me to ask some basic questions regarding sales on Alamy. The questions stem from my experience on Alamy being quite limited. My search of this forum was not fruitful, hence my seeking enlightenment in a new post. 1. I have been fortunate enough to collect a few sales. More than half of them did not register as zooms. As was informed, not all sales are zoomed. Can someone please explain the mechanics of such sale? 2. How do I know who bought my photo? From some of the discussions I read on this forum I understood that some of you can tell who the buyer is. How? 3. How do I know if a sale is direct or if it is a distributor sale? And what is the significance of that? Many thanks in advance.
Richard Baker posted a topic in Stock photography discussion and contributor experienceAssuming it's the same client, does anyone know who the iQ "Media, design & publishing" buyer who seems to have been spending money recently, might be? Rgds, Richard.