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i need to know what to do when you send your tier to a person that no longer works for the company


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thickness Lexington wrote:

im very pissed at this point and need some real good advice on how to approach this matter in a business way

As far as I can tell, it sounds like you're confusing two different things.

Tier is a payment directly to Linden Lab, the company owning Second Life, for the use of land "bought" directly from the Lab - that would be for "Mainland" or a private island that you are the official owner of. It always goes to the company and not a particular employee.

Rent is a payment to use land that another user has licensed from Linden Lab and who is considered the "owner" by the Lab. These users don't work for Linden Lab or Second Life.

It sounds like you paid rent to someone who is no longer on Second Life or whose account is closed or otherwise unavailable. Unfortunately this is considered a "resident-to-resident" transaction and there isn't much you can do about it within the environment of Second Life.

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thickness Lexington wrote:

im very pissed at this point and need some real good advice on how to approach this matter in a business way

As far as I can tell, it sounds like you're confusing two different things.

Tier is a payment directly to Linden Lab, the company owning Second Life, for the use of land "bought" directly from the Lab - that would be for "Mainland" or a private island that you are the official owner of. It always goes to the company and not a particular employee.

Rent is a payment to use land that another user has licensed from Linden Lab and who is considered the "owner" by the Lab. These users don't work for Linden Lab or Second Life.

It sounds like you paid rent to someone who is no longer on Second Life or whose account is closed or otherwise unavailable. Unfortunately this is considered a "resident-to-resident" transaction and there isn't much you can do about it within the environment of Second Life.

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