However, when I try to upload an auction to eBay, I receive the error "eBay will soon allow only HTTPS resources in listings. We strongly recommend that you revise your content now, to remove any HTTP resources and use HTTPS instead. For more information, please see https://sellercentre.ebay.co.uk/business/browser-security."
You’re probably use non-https content somewhere else in your listing, e.g. an older design template or an older imge URL inside your description.
Are you already using GarageSale 7.0.9?
We updated GarageSale 7 so it’s compliant to all new eBay policies including their policies regarding HTTPS content.
The default footer, the design templates and image links in GarageSale 7.0.9 and higher are updated and compliant to all eBay policies.
We created an overview page where you find all info regarding the changes and provide you with instructions what might be needed to do to make your active listings compliant to eBay policies.
Please visit the “How to make your listings ready for eBay’s new policies” page here:
I am sorry to hear but there’s nothing we can do here. Only Apple can initiate a refund as we have no means to access their system.
It’s worth a try to contact the Apple support once again: https://reportaproblem.apple.com/
I am sorry to hear. Sorry, we we have no means to access Apple’s system so there’s nothing we can do here.
At least, even as a buyer from the GarageSale version from the MAS, GarageSale 7 should offer you the upgrade option. (Select “Buy License…” from the “GarageSale” menu in GarageSale 7.)
the issue here is, that Apple will not give us any information about “their” customers who bought “our” software. So we can not prove that you actually purchased GarageSale via the AppStore.
But there is a way we can prove that on your Mac. Please purchase the upgrade and send me a private message here or an email through our regular support email address. Then you will get a refund of the upgrade price.