AppStarz Production Pennsylvania

Complaint: I had placed a project on Elance for the development of a mobile app. AppStarz Productions contacted me wanting the job and gave a bid. I decided to go with them over 20 other developers that bid also. The project outline was very descriptive so they would understand all the work that would need to go into building and launching the app. We agreed on a flat price of $2k for the development of the app, uploading to app store and initial bug fixes. I put down half, $1,000 for them to begin the work, with the other half to be paid upon completion. They had asked me for design ideas that I might have, “even if penciled on paper”” so their designers could work off of it. I had put together some very simple mock idea’s using just Windows 7 paint program. They actually used the images I created as the real design. I am no graphics designer

Tags: Computer Programmers

Address: these were very simple and meant to spark imagination and use their own creative design. I was quite unimpressed very early on. I became even more worried when they asked me what a certain button was for when this is what the main concept of the app was built around and was very well described. So after accepting the job

Website: they came to me and said

Phone: and saying they had a full understanding of it

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