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What time does it take to clear??

Hi,
i have completed a work in time and delivered 1 week ago.but the is not accept it and also don't cancel it.but the money is still not clearing.i also have some 4,5 days old delivered work also not clearing.how long does it take to be clear??please help me to know.Thank you.

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Adar

look bro, when you delivered an order a notification will sent to buyer's email and his profile. but if he don't check this, your order will waiting fro automatic competition and it took 5 days. 




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XtreamSMM

Bro i know that it takes 5 days to auto completition  if buyer dont accept it.but its been already 1 week after I delivered the work.but still its not clearing.




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fosterj

Hi XtreamSMM, yes, ususally it takes 5 days after deliver your order to get clearing . I am sure this is not "normal" to wait 1 week after order has been delivered . Please submit a ticket, I am sure that staff members will help you and solve this problem. 

Great Regards,
FosterJ




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spiderwave

If the Buyer manually Didn't confirm the Order, it will took 5 Days to Complete the Order.

The Preset Autopilot Mode has been setup for 5 Days, after 5 days it Completes Automatically! 




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parag4485

hi,
if u complete your order & delivered to buyer there after if buyer not give completion then u have to wait for 5 days for auto completion. lots of buyer not completing orders after delivery , its a common problem for all seller. 




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karoshio

Hi

An order will Complete after an order has been Delivered for 5 days or instantly when/if the buyer leaves feedback. From there it will go through the Clearance period based on your User Level(https://www.seoclerks.com/userlevels/).

Regards,
Karoshio




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