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There was no glitch when... 06/02/2017, 22411319

  1. zero2a$mill

    10,896 posts.
    There was no glitch when you were complaining the other day. You forgot about the 20 mins. delay.

    It appears you've been over paid, but having a private portfolio, we can't see.

    You would know how many shares you had, and if you've been overpaid,

    something you need to contact Madmin about, before buying more shares,

    if that is the case.

    Looks like you have been paid $861.55 too much.

    Player 8 appears as if he/she should be leading, with $30 more than you. (Your 'sell' fee).

    "and the guy/person below me should be showing the same balance as me as we both held the same stock."

    "and I should be showing the same balance as the guy/person below me as we both held the same stock,

    minus $30."

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