On Mon, Aug 10, 2020 at 04:07 PM, Mark Fletcher wrote:
This change will not affect existing groups.
Mark what about groups that went premium for a YahCHOO! transfer intending to drop back after the year? They are “existing” groups that get full benefits?
It doesn’t affect us, but it would seem to be akin to a bait n switch for those folks.
I understand that things change over time, but other than this change will “things” (whatever they may be) remain status quo for all groups as to whatever the “things”/policies that were in place when they signed up? The drop-backs would be one of those type policies but I would imagine that there’s other ones as well.
No argument you need to and hope you make this sustainable, and well, maybe the model wasn’t projected out far enough or invalid assumptions used. On the other hand there’s groups who may have jumped here expecting that, say, after 2-3 years the growth in membership would push them to a premium due to storage. The problem is (and this example is exaggerated simply to make the point clear) if they knew the premium was $100 but 2-3 yrs later it’s “Sorry, it’s now $1,000,” that’s a hard pill to swallow having made sacrifices to go G.io, only to find they’re now under a rock pile.
i try to tell people there ain’t no free lunch and if something seems to good to be true, well yes, it’s probably too good to be true.