that is a very good point, so if a lifetime license has a set value, and you are purchasing a license second hand, which there is not really much reason to do that unless it is for a lesser cost than what you can get it for from boonex. the other part of that and it may not matter in most cases, is the community status that goes along with a license purchase.

but i do think there should be some practice in place whereas a client may have purchased the $1k license, and then either realize see more they are not able to continue to pursue the project, or have opted for other avenues. this would definitely warrant a resell of the license. and if they really want to sell their license, go over to modmysite, that is a standard practice over there, that and just removing the boonex footers, so you dont need a license.

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