How long do ebay sales stay in a pending state?
I have like 8 sales and 2 signs ups. I'm curious how long it'll stay pending. It's been pending for a while now. I understand the sign ups only get credited if they bid and win an item within 30 days.
How do I know if they have. one says lead- active registration. The other says advanced lead- registration. In one spot it shows 25.00 and another 27.34 (25.00 + 5 revenue sales)
The advanced lead- registration shows 0.00 and the lead-active registration 25.00
But, it shows this twice for two different occassions I assume.
Anyone know how to read this? I'm very confused.
Actually, I can't help - apparently, I am too stupid to be able to work out CJ at all ! - I just trust them to send me the money
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