My Triond Earnings went down!

@chocsie (262)
Greece
March 1, 2009 1:49am CST
Hi! For members of triond, you know that there are 2 sections that show your earnings- one for the current month and one for previous months. Yesterday, the "this month's earnings" column showed 40 cents and the "next payment" column showed 41 cents. Now (since it's march), the this month's earnings column has reset to 0 but the next payment column still shows 41 cents??? How does this work? I know 40 cents is not much but I want it back!!! Has anyone else experienced this? Thanks!
1 response
@iakulchen (615)
• Singapore
1 Mar 09
Your "this month's earnings" have not gone down. In case you haven't realised, today is the start of the new month. That column that has been rest to zero shows this month's earnings(March), the column on the right shows the total amount that has been accumulated in your Triond account, not earnings from previous months. If you were to earn, say another 2 cents now, it would read $0.02, $0.43.
@chocsie (262)
• Greece
1 Mar 09
I know today is the start of a new month... But that extra 40 cents.. Shouldn't that be in the next payment column?
• Singapore
1 Mar 09
There is no "extra" 40 cents. I repeat the column o the right is the total amount that has been accumulated in your Triond account, and the column on the left is the amount you have earned for the month. Example:On Feb 1st 2009 Left column Right Column $0.00 $0.01 This shows that you have earned $0.00 in Feb, being a new month. $0.01 was carried over from the previous month Left column Right Column $0.40 $0.41 This shows that you have earned $0.40 in Feb and have a total of $0.41 in your account.The 40 cents that you earned have already been include in the right column Now it's March 1st so Left Column Right Column $0.00 $0.41 You do not have any missing earnings. What I think happened was this. On Feb 1st you had accumulated enough to reach payout, since Triond pays you on the 15th, what would have shown up on your panel would have been this. From Feb 1st to Feb 15th Left column Right column (amount earned (amount you were going to recieve on Feb 15th) for the month) On Feb 16th after payout, assuming you had earned $0.20 so far for Feb, it would have shown as Left column Right column $0.20 $0.21 and it would have continued updating, and eventually when you had earned that other $0.20 cents for the month of Feb, read Left column Right column $0.40 $0.41 Now, do you understand how it works?
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@chocsie (262)
• Greece
1 Mar 09
Oh ok... Thanks for the explanation... Hope to receive payment this month!!