Pledge only what you can afford to lose: Yogventures & Moon Rift teach vital Kickstarter lessons

Dealspwn writes: "Kickstarter has no guarantees. You're not entitled to anything, you're not an investor, and by the same token developers aren't obliged to complete the project, live up to their promises or even refund people if a project folds. A legal-looking piece of paper is, ultimately, just a piece of paper when it comes right down to brass tacks. The whole thing is based on a pitch, an idea, that has just as much chance to fall by the wayside as come to fruition."

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