(sorry, it wouldn't post my response to the below post)
@Alfa_Q What a joke. All makes sense now. As you said, chasing money. Come up with the idea, half ass everything to partial completion, then move on to the next project. I've had aquaintances take this route with various things. Nothing is ever a success...just bounce from one idea to the next.
I knew nothing about the Apex Legends site. How sad. What an insult to the VIP'ers with paid accounts. I never saw the benefit of a paid account when I arrived, but if you want to ignore free loaders like me, that's fine. (Though, I still consider myself a customer, like I would call myself a Google customer by using their free services). But why are you ignoring people who supported you financially? Only one reason...you don't give a shit. It takes 30 seconds to respond something to those people.
How hard is it say "Guys...I suck. I thought I could handle this...I can't. It's over my head. I'm working on it, I really am. I don't have an ETA, but I'm doing my best and one day it will be completed. I'll update regularly on it."
But that's too hard. I don't know what each persons responsibilities were, but with @Edwin @Svennson @James @Alfa-Q were all blue and none bother to even make posts or respond to anything anymore. No one should be more active here than you all.
If you're done, say you're fucking done. Don't leave people here wasting their time if you have no intentions of completing this project. This site could have been great. It could still be great. At some point, probably not far off, you've crossed the road of no return. If you want to be taken seriously, learn to communicate with your user base. But it's no surprise...
Look at when the site went down for days. That should of been the clue right there. I freak when one of my sites goes down for 4 minutes at 3:00AM for a server reboot. People tell you through Twitter about issues, but it seems no one cared. Then you provide some half ass explanation of like "still bugs in the new release". That is perfectly fine, shit happens, but why did it take so long to correct? It was like the person making updates didn't even visit their own site to see the issues. And why will no one communicate properly?
@ManiMoto I haven't gave them any money, but have supported the team and concept. I've wanted nothing but great success from Altpocket. I love the concept. Great shit takes time to build out. But this has gotten pretty ridiculous. This isn't unbased criticism. We could of been on bullrun 2.0 recently and this site can't handle the traffic. If it can handle the traffic, no newbie is going to stick around because of the other issues and people sticking around is the whole concept. You've had how long to fix the issues or hire it out to someone who can? Altpocket 2.0 was a disaster from the beginning, so why was it never reverted to 1.0?
@Alfa_Q If you think it's disappointing, take a look at Crunchbase angel investing. They raised at least SEK1.2 million. If this is Sweedish Krona, that's $132,000 USD. Sorry, but nothing about this site is worth $132,000 USD.
Respond something. Tell me to fuck off. Delete the site and change it to "penis" the next time I try to visit. If you're done, give it to @blurber and let him try his hand at fixing the code. Communicate and don't leave people hanging.