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Sammy1985
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Sammy1985,
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12/2/2011 | 1:28:23 PM
re: Appsbar Helps SMBs Build Mobile Apps
Richard,

My experience was bad too. But what you say is very scary to me also.

When I used appsbar they pulished my app under their own android developer account. I also contacted customer people and same person Marc M contacted me back and was so rude to me. He was very very nasty. I can't believe that they have people like that. Maybe he is owner of appsbar. I dont know.

I did more research and many peope have some problems with appsbar. They are very bad service and I would be careful with them.

Thanks for sharing.

Sammy1985
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Sammy1985,
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11/30/2011 | 1:58:05 PM
re: Appsbar Helps SMBs Build Mobile Apps
Hello Everyone.

I wanted to share my experiences using appsbar.

It is a problem service. I created an app and wanted it to publish on apple and android. My app I submitted in May and it is 6 months passed and no apple. It is only on android.

I contacted customer service and spoke with person name Marc M. He first was very nice and then he was very nasty and saying lots of bad things to me, like just read our terms and service, your app belongs to us. Very nasty he got with me. I just wanted to find out why my app is not on apple.

It was published on google but not under my name and my name was no where. I contacted Marc again and he said, we own your app, read the terms and service. I was very surprised of this.

I contacted google and they said that appsbar infringes on copywrite and my app is now removed because appsbar infringes on copywrite. Very bad and fraud people!

I then did more research on appsbar. It seem it is run by an email marketing company called digdev (look at who owns it in this article!)

I found this ripoff report

http://www.ripoffreport.com/ba...

The email company who owns appsbar is known to do fraud.

Now it all makes sense. This appsbar is a cover for some fraud they are doing. I think and am scared they are going to sell my email to their email marketing company. It is logical they do this because it is owned by them.

that is my experience. I am just sharing. So people be aware with appsbar!


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