I ran across this comment about your practices. I am concerned with the idea that you would submit any solicitations to people who fill-in a form on our site, were we to use Gravity forms.
I understand sending notices to the website owner, enticing them to renew, but not to the guests actually using the forms. Is this in fact a practice that you do?
" The emails I received asking me to pay for additional support weren't enough however. Gravity Forms began inserting messages which includes a link to a PayPal payment page into each and every email that's received from someone submitting a form powered by Gravity Forms. This is a problem if you've referred a client to use Gravity Forms, and renewal messages are injected into every email they receive from form submissions for their site. You'll be getting calls from clients until you renew a support license, even if you feel like you don't need their support. This feels like extortion. After contacting their team about how their software injected messages into my clients emails, their solution to the problem was that I pay them support money or strip the license which verified my initial purchase."