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    Question cj balance gone wild
    This morning when I logged on to cj, my balance was about 20% higher than when I logged off last night. (This is the balance that's reflected on the header.) (I do see an increase in commission every time I log on in the morning.. but a 20% jump in 5 hours is out of the ordinary.)

    In running a report by date, I saw that 1) there had been no numbers supporting this jump and 2) the balance in the header did not match the "report total" in the report I ran.

    I asked my hubby to check it (he logged on to his computer), and he said he saw a balace in the header about 10% lower than what I saw. I logged out, logged back in, and saw the number he was seeing. (So within 5 minutes, my balance was 20% higher, then 10% lower... for a net "gain" of 10%.) BUT the balance still does not match the report totals, nor are there any transactions to explain the discrepency.

    Can anyone tell me what might be going on? (I searched the archives, but couldn't find any info.)

    Thanks in advance.

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    I just posted the same thing in another thread. I'm seeing the same thing as you are one crazy Mom. Could be their tallying the sales from last month up and their getting combined together. In other words it beats me Clicks are way off on the day also. On the low side.

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    See the second stickied post at the top of this forum.

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    The CJ Boogie
    You go 5% up and then 10% down.
    The numbers keep changin' till your head spins around.
    The stats don't match the reported amount, so don't get excited 'till it's in your account.
    You'd think their system was programmed by a rookie, and that my friend is the CJ Boogie.

    (OK, so I'm not a poet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rematt
    You go 5% up and then 10% down.
    The numbers keep changin' till your head spins around.
    The stats don't match the reported amount, so don't get excited 'till it's in your account.
    You'd think their system was programmed by a rookie, and that my friend is the CJ Boogie.
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    It's normal and one should not ask questions about it. It's like asking if anyone got paid yet.

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