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Old 04 December 2014, 22:04   #8
copse
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Originally Posted by Supamax View Post
Do you mean that, even if the project is funded, the creator has no obligations towards backers?
He could decide not to finish it, keep the money and that's all?
You're projecting something onto what I said and taking the worst possible interpretation.

Kickstarter projects that did not reach their goals, got nothing. So setting a high goal for a reasonable amount was stupid, because if you almost reached it and don't, you got nothing.

So therefore, it is smart to set a low goal and to hope you get lots of people jumping onto the project, knowing that you will pass the goal quickly and any real level of money you get is yours to use.

On the other hand, when I see a project with a low goal, it makes me take them less seriously because I think "that's all you need, why bother."
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