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« on: March 20, 2019, 11:08 »
Everything I've uploaded was accepted. But part of the vector illustrations are missing in my portfolio. They do not appear, they simply disappear.
When I first noticed this problem that it was happening I had uploaded and accepted about 200 illustrations but missing in my portfolio. That was last year. I wrote a lot of letters with support.
Over a month, this start happened again. When I upload vectors, some of them are immediately accepted and others sit for a long time. Those that are immediately accepted are missing in the portfolio not for a day or two, but for months and maybe for permanent.

It is easy to calculate if there is a missing accepted photos or vectors in your portfolio. From the total number of accepted photos and vectors, you get the number of photos and vectors in portfolio.

« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2019, 03:35 »
Does't anyone have such a problem? This is not an old illustrator. I'm talking about new uploads this month.

« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2019, 23:16 »
I've got the same issue, uploaded and accepted hundreds, for months now, only 2 of them in search :)

« Reply #3 on: April 10, 2019, 04:12 »
123rf is going down so fast it's sad

sales are down, bugs appears, we need to tell them to review our content...

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« Reply #4 on: April 10, 2019, 08:27 »
123rf is going down so fast it's sad

sales are down, bugs appears, we need to tell them to review our content...

I think it's time I invoke my own rule and not post about agencies I don't work for anymore.

Last time.

I don't know why anyone contributes to 123RF anymore. They don't review with any consistency, why should someone have to nag them for months to get files reviewed?  Their system is a mess, to the point that after review, your work disappears. This is an agency on life support, last breath, and they are using the contributors while not providing the level of service to earn anyone money.

There's a message and it comes from 123RF itself. They don't care, they aren't functional, they aren't going to be around for long.

I think people who continue to upload and feed this agency are going to see that not only is it a waste of time, and the returns are low, but some day, the work, time and effort will all be for nothing, as 123RF will close shop. Maybe not this year, but the writing is on the wall.

They are finished.


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