Alawar - problems getting in touch

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  1. coffee

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    Hi, all

    I have one of my games on alawar and have a healthy sum of money in my account, however after 2 weeks of emailing alawar to get this sent to me I have not got a replyfrom them, I have emailed 3 people within the company but no responses.

    They have be very prompt in the pass.

    Just worried they have gone tits up what with the world credit crunch and all.
     
  2. hama

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    Got the payment from them just a few days ago :) So maybe it's just a late payment
     
  3. coffee

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    late payment I could deal with but they have not responded to my emails for 2 weeks, and I've send the same to 3 different people in the company.
     
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  5. coffee

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    So, are you developer, affiliate or end-user?
    Just to clarify the problem.

    If you want, you may drop email to partners@ and I will forward it to the person responsible to it.
     

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