The problem is sale reversals. They screw up some sale counts.
^ Great job on your perfect 5 star rating!
Yep, you guys are doing incredible! Wonderful work. You’re well on your way to be one of the top authors across the marketplace. Good luck (I’ve been watching you bloom from a distance this last month. Hard to miss.)
heh… The problem we figured out was that we DID click all earnings… but for whatever reason the first time it did not go through. Then it reset to the amount that we had in our account, when we thought it stayed on all earnings. But now it’s fixed. Thanks for the help!
This thread can be locked down now. Thanks.
We just now requested a withdrawal of all earnings for the end of the month… However, we hit “submit request” and it was immediately accepted and the only remaining balance is the amount of money we had left from our deposits ($1.00).
Has this happened to anyone else – your withdrawal being accepted before the end of the month?
And… if we make any more sales in the next day and a half (before the month is up), do we have to request another withdrawal? Never seen this happen.
That’s interesting. I’m pretty sure every bundle that I’ve seen has been hosted on ThemeForest. This is good. GraphicRiver could use some love. ThemeForest has had TONS of love (which I get… it’s Envato’s main moneymaker…so, of course).
It’ll be interesting to see what’s in the bundle!
Oh, and Happy Birthday, Envato! I remember when I was 7… Life was much easier then.
Basically, I’m S.O.L and Envato would be up-a-buck.
You can’t find some of my password characters on a keyboard. Even if I were to write them down – no one I know would be able to figure out how to input them.
My father has an aneurism trying to find the internet
My mother can buy stuff online – but still does not know how to xfer funds via paypal.
If it’s not an Android or FaceBook game – my wife is out of the question.
My 13 year old would get hug up looking at all the fun stuff on Envato
My 6 year old daughter would transfer the money to an offshore slush-fund account invest in a few stocks or bonds; bankroll a kool-aid stand corporation and dump the rest into an IRA.
Your 6-year-old sounds like the way to go
^ Great portfolio built in less than two years. Keep it up!