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Envato is a world-leading online community for creative assets, tools and talent
 
Millions of people around the world visit Envato to buy and sell creative assets, use smart design templates, learn creative skills, or even hire freelancers.
 
  
A small business owner shares his disappointing experience on g2.com, "Envato locked me out of their service without any explanation after I purchased an update of my existing web theme from this company, at the request of the developer, who I pay to work on my site. No effort on my part to even get them to answer why succeeded. They refused to offer any reason, said that their decision is final and that they have a right to refuse any customer without explanation. I have been doing business online since the mid-1990s, when the Internet just began, have dealt with countless vendors and services, and NEVER have I experienced anything like this."
 

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