Till yesterday night the Fan Mail showed 13 remarks and today it is showing only 6
remarks. What could be the reason? I have failed to understand. I will be happy if anyone can explain it.
Thanks in advance.
Maybe you lost your followers overnight..i have noticed that when people who had left a fan mail earlier unfollow you but decide to follow you again but choosing not to write a fan mail to you this time.. the older mail does not show up.. I really don'tknow any other way your fan mails could disappear.
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