I am glad they did it the way they did it.
Doing it this way, members for the most part, still can make some money.
Now before you go hollering that many are not making money, the fact remains, many are.
If you think about it, there is nothing else they could do but take the site down completely.
How many would be hollering then? How would you have liked it if you had clicked on CS
and nothing came up?
You see, that is the only option they had is what they are doing. Everything needed changed
over to their company. They have their own surveys system they use on their own partners.
A whole lot of the coding has to be rewrote. It's a ton of work.
When a company such as this made the purchase, what do you think they did? Do you think
they just handed the cash over to Jim? Obviously lawyers and paperwork is involved. Also,
did Jim solely own CS or did he have partners? Was the others involved in the sale and the
legalities of it?
I'm not saying things could have been done differently. I am just saying the agreements
they had and the time frame for the sale, is not obvious.
The final of the deal, is a bit obvious. It is now sold, here you take it, thanks and good luck
and goodbye. It is your baby now.
You can't allow someone access to your code unless you're outta your mind. You can't give
them the site and say here ya go, do what you want BEFORE you have money in hand.
All I can figure is people here simply realize things are not working the way they were and
they are not understanding what is involved in the correction process.
It does not matter the way the sale went down. The fact is it did sell and now someone
else owns it with different partners onboard, new coding and rewrites.
In regards to how they're handling this, I don't see any problem other than there could
be a little more communication. Even so, they probably know there will still be membere
complaining and posting the same questions over and over. The majority don't read,
they just post.