Just curious, why is adsense marked as 'active', but all other affiliates as 'set'? What is the difference?
If all are active, shouldn't they all say active, or just say active for whichever affiliates are active.
If waiting to be confirmed or whatnot, say 'unconfirmed' in the status field.
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