Do I have to provide a business address so customers can contact me?

by Nanard » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 18:20:20 GMT


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 Hi,

Do you only have ONE email ?
If so, maybe you need to create another for your Android activities.
If not : use an email where you don't care to receive spans, etc...

I think register an email is important :
- to track sales of your application. And get email of your customers,
so you can notify them on new versions
- recieve feed back from users.  They can give your suggestions for
future releases, bug report (do you have a real G1 ?  Did you tests
everything ?).




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Do I have to provide a business address so customers can contact me?

by Sundog » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 23:39:16 GMT


 If I read him correctly, his question was about business addresses,
not email.

I solved this problem by simply getting a PO box.




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