Here is what we will do if you want to upgrade your pledge level:
- Send an email to creator(at)ancientdomainsofmystery.com. Your mail should have the title "ADOM pledge level upgrade" and contain the name under which you pledged and the upgrade you want to do.
- After sending the mail simply go to Indiegogo and pledge without selecting any pledge level (the last option in the list). Enter the same information as when you first pledged and enter the additional pledge amount.
- Soon after receiving your mail I will confirm both it and the new pledge and note down the higher level you desire.
- After the campaign ends successfully you will be rated at the final level you achieved.
hm. that's a hassle. too bad they don't automate it. i think some folks do upgrades quite a lot. i didn't pledge yet because i am still not sure how much i would be able to spend here in 60 days.ReplyDelete
Yeah, I pledged on day 1 kind of expecting it'd be automatic, and planning to do several small upgrades throughout the campaign... but I think it'll be better to just add up the money and do a single upgrade at the end, micro-upgrades would be too much of a hassle.Delete
Sorry for that, I had misinterpreted Indiegogo in the beginning and then was surprised myself how little their platform offers in that respect. Kickstarter seems to be a lot more flexible and with many more options in that regard. *Sigh*ReplyDelete
At least the Indiegogo support is pretty decent!
It's probably due to the way in which Indiegogo takes the money upfront, where as Kickstarter just takes an 'advanced payment' which means no money changes hands and saves them from shuffling small amounts back and forth as people change tiers of pledge.Delete
It's ADVANCE payment, not ADVANCED payment, and that's the opposite of what it means. Advance payment means you pay ahead of time. If anything, it's more like the way in which Indiegogo works. i.e. You pay immediately, and the project is funded (or your money refunded) after the campaign ends. Kickstarter records pledges in advance but does not take payment ahead of the due date. Kickstarter's payment handling may be more "advanced", but they do not use advance payment to handle contributions. Of course, looking beyond the end dates of campaigns to the delivery of actual goods and services, all crowdsourcing could be considered a form of advance payment.Delete
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