I have an interesting situation with this company & would like to hear of similar events.
I have a 1997 version of the "Smarter Starter Pack from Safety in the Market, well before software, bought before David Bowden (who was anti-software) sold his company to The Hubb Organisation.
As I have no use for the pack - totally unused - I thought, well I'll just sell it on eBay. Twice I've advertised it, & twice eBay have pulled my ad because the Hubb people said to them that my licence didn't allow me to sell it.
The Hubb person concerned, a firstname.lastname@example.org, didn't bother to write to me to tell there is "an issue", they just took action, without me knowing, to stop me selling it. Now, I have my copy of my purchase agreement , & there's nothing in that saying I can't sell a second hand item. It has no software so no code to be copied - just good old paper. I'm busy reading my copy of the Trade Practices Act & have asked them to produce the legal agreement, which if it's true, will of course comply with. Or if they're so concerned they could buy it back from me.
Has anyone else had similar issues with this company? I'd be interested to hear directly - email@example.com
Till now I had thought about doing their CFD & other courses....