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Author Topic: Depositphoto witholding tax rip off!  (Read 5537 times)

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« Reply #25 on: January 19, 2012, 14:57 »
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I'd strongly recommend everyone to check DP sales stats for January!

Just FYI, my "Earned Before Tax" column (and consequently, "Net Earned" as well) still shows two L Size Standard sales from January 13-15 with 30 percent withholding (i. e. $0.92 instead of $1.32), while in my case, those should appear as $1.32 before tax minus 10% in "Tax Withheld" and $1.19 in "Net Earned" column.

And now judge for yourself -- this is what I got from their support in response to my yesterday's inquiry: "Hello, .. we have already fixed the tax system and everything that was assessed incorrect, has been already returned to your account .. "

My agent was speechless...


« Reply #26 on: January 23, 2012, 23:55 »
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Their stats are still a total mess!

As of today, my "Earned Before Tax", "Tax Withheld" and "Net Earned" columns seem to be in sync, but not so the princely "All Time Totals" ($67.49), Amount Paid ($50.53; BTW, after reminder) and Balance ($16.16 (?!))...

Needless to say, DP comment on these manipulations would be really welcome...


 

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