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disabled formAsked by fabiosengo on March 15, 2014 at 12:52 PM
Hello ! I apologize if I write something wrong , is that I'm portuguese and I'm doing the possible to talk with you . My name is Fabio and I am a customer of your services . I really like your site and use a lot ! I have 2 sites form jotaform , a blog and facebook . BLOG : http://correiodeumamorsecreto.blogspot.pt/p/blog-page.html
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/nuncatecontei/app_190322544333196 . I have these two pages , and briefly people send stories anonymously via the form . Every day I receive emails through the form, but there is a problem ... I use the free account , and is quite limited. My page is very active page and a few days ago I received an email saying that your my forms would disable . Unfortunately I have no way to buy a preminum account , I have no financial assumptions. I would love to have access to a premium account and I would ask for if I could gladly provide access to a premium account. I know it is a futile request, but I love your site! And it is quite important to my page . I can share your site on my page , give recognition of your services , I can even make partnership with you . Do anything that will accept my proposal ? Please ... Thank you .
It's our honor to have you as our loyal customer. However, the only way we can offer you a FREE extra submission is by doing a few things via our getMoresection: http://www.jotform.com/myaccount/getMore. You should be able to increase your monthly submissions after completing some tasks.
Additionally, I would recommend using our non-SSL form when embedding it to your Blogspot web. And, you can use Static HTML Tab for Facebook Pages (iFrameHost) to embed your form without using the Secure URL. iFramehost should accept it. Kindly try it.
Can you use the form on facebook without ssl? how? thank you