A while ago, following the advice from a reputable software site (either Raymond.CC or SharewareOnSale, I can't remember which) I downloaded a legitimate copy of Elements 6 from YOUR own web site ( https://pdf.wondershare.com/cooperation/pdfelement6-get-registration-code.html ) and shared it on Social Media to get the temporary license.
This morning, in front of a student of mine, I opened the program to look at a PDF and we were presented with a horrible, nasty, and totally false accusation that I was using a PIRATED COPY.
We sort of laughed it off, but I feel that that accusation damaged the sense of trust that my student had in me.
I can understand if you had said that my copy was expired, or that I needed to renew my licence, or something like that, but to just accuse me of using a PIRATED COPY, is totally out of order.
I think that an apology is quite due.
And if together with the apology you also wanted to offer me a full license, it would be much appreciated, because at the moment I am quite cross with you.