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Cory, do you upload files?

I recently posted on a JIRA that often on viewer2 failed uploads do in fact upload when you log on next time.. sometimes silently, but you still pay the money. (and that would include screenshots). maybe check the specific folders if you have unexpected duplicates of things that actually didn't upload.. in hteory. and then maybe post about it here https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SVC-6478 - if it is applicable, that is.

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Cory, do you upload files?

I recently posted on a JIRA that often on viewer2 failed uploads do in fact upload when you log on next time.. sometimes silently, but you still pay the money. (and that would include screenshots). maybe check the specific folders if you have unexpected duplicates of things that actually didn't upload.. in hteory. and then maybe post about it here https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SVC-6478 - if it is applicable, that is.

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Hello Cory, please see SL Wiki Linden Lab Official:Local Payments Help


Account > Transaction History

Displays your Linden Dollar (L$) transactions for the selected  date range (up to 30 days).  You can also download the data in XLS  (Excel) and XML format.

Check for Group liability payments.

Periodic assessment of this liability is the reason some Residents may  occasionally log in to discover negative L$ balances on their inworld  accounts.
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You're probably in a Group that left on the setting for charging all group members liabilities. The best way to find out where the money is going is to log into your dashboard and select Accounts/Transaction History and then use the drop downs to select a date range of the last month. It should then be clear what is happening. If it is a Group that is taking it, firstly inform the group admin that they left on the group liability setting and that you have been charged however many lindens on which dates and politely ask to be reimbursed.

The group setting to look for is Group Information/Members and Roles/Roles/Everyone/Accounting - pay group liabilites and receive group dividends

This sort of thing happens fairly frequently. I would suggest keeping a regular eye on your transaction history for this reason.

Best wishes

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