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why do i have a negative linden dollar balance? I had zero lindens before


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The most likely answer is that you are paying group liabilities for some group(s) you belong to.  Groups are charged for listing parcels in search, for example, and members share a prorated portion of those charges unless the group owner has turned off that "ability" for certain roles of membership in the group.   Open your Transaction History from the Acccounts link on your dashboard at secondlife.com.  It will show you where any expenses have been incurred.  Then contact group owners if you need to ask for a change (or leave the groups if necessary).

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Same situation here, I'd been at zero for years, and today noticed I'm at negative Eight! Only I don't believe I'm part of any groups and have never listed anything to sell -- I've been offline the past couple of years, perhaps on one or two sessions since 2014, not anything I would have thought might cost, but then I've pretty much forgotten how to do most everything on SL! Still, my Lindex page shows no recent transactions, so it isn't anything I did today.

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It's impossible to reconstruct transactions that might have occurred two or three years ago. If you're missing about 3 cents because of some small transaction in the past, it's hardly worth spending the energy to figure out where they went. I don't have any more of a clue about where they went than you do, but I know that we both misplace more than that in pocket change every day.

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