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Apologies are always appreciated , but this is only the first step.

but the error was made by iStock , this is the risk of doing business.
Istock has made ??mistakes and I do not see why I have to pay for his mistakes .
Istock will assume the burden of this failure . So this will be a GREAT incentive for it to NOT COMMIT more mistakes like that.
My job : to make images that may have market , load them (in their mode cumbersome and slow), I have this job done properly.
THEIR job : to sell my images , to correctly calculate royalties and distribute them in a timely manner . This work Istock has done wrong.
WHY I have to pay for a job that someone else has done wrong ?
They are mistaken his own work and I have to pay for this mistake.
If I 'm wrong in my work, I pay directly the consequences.
But what I did wrong in my work ? NOTHING
This mechanism that istock has put together is deeply wrong
I repeat, do not ever again shortly nullla and retire all of my images.
I do not understand why I have to be treated so badly by a microstock .

Why do you think its normal to keep money that isnt yours? Honest question. In my opinion, it doesnt work like that with any company.

If the taxman makes a mistake, you have to pay it back
When items in a store are priced differently, you pay the register price, even when its more expensive
When utilities make a mistake you have to pay them back.

I once was undercharged for my gas bill due to their error, and still needed to pay the money, I protested but all they did was give me payback scheme to soften the blow.


ETA: Being overpaid by your employer or a mistake from the bank will also be corrected and the money has to be returned.
Hi Ron,
I do not understand the binomial:
you make a mistake -> I will pay for your mistake
This I really do not understand it.
Peace

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Apologies are always appreciated , but this is only the first step.

but the error was made by iStock , this is the risk of doing business.
Istock has made ??mistakes and I do not see why I have to pay for his mistakes .
Istock will assume the burden of this failure . So this will be a GREAT incentive for it to NOT COMMIT more mistakes like that.
My job : to make images that may have market , load them (in their mode cumbersome and slow), I have this job done properly.
THEIR job : to sell my images , to correctly calculate royalties and distribute them in a timely manner . This work Istock has done wrong.
WHY I have to pay for a job that someone else has done wrong ?
They are mistaken his own work and I have to pay for this mistake.
If I 'm wrong in my work, I pay directly the consequences.
But what I did wrong in my work ? NOTHING
This mechanism that istock has put together is deeply wrong
I repeat, do not ever again shortly nullla and retire all of my images.
I do not understand why I have to be treated so badly by a microstock .

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I opened a ticket, with them.
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I demand a detailed account of day-to-day and image by image of the gains that you feel wrong.
I will not settle for an email with a monetary figure put it that way approximate.
Although earnings are irregular expect a detailed report.
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At least give it bother you!
they MUST specifically Reporting back
It is not possible to behave so badly.
I'm very very angry!

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I have a little portfolio of isometric vector.
my images have a high technical value.
With the system 123RF, I will be very much penalized although I have a high technical portfolio.
If 123RF wants to throw out small contributors can do. Is the law of market.
But for the law of market I  will move the my portfolio where it is appreciated.
Gets angry be treated as a nuisance instead of a resouce and end up inside a uman meat grinder.
This is the global market and the only choice is to migrate my images on other shelves.

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I will sit out the year, then remove my portfolio. Screw you and your greedy crap.

That makes two of us bud!!! ;)
another here.  If 123 loses customers (in the way IS/FT did) I wonder if finally sites will think it worth treating contributors fairly...probably not

another here! I am deeply angered by the decision to 123RF.

I have a small portfolio (170 img), but with a high quality.
Under an earnings threshold, it leads in the robbery.
Who wants to be robbed remains well. But it was a massacre.

If these are the intentions of 123RF,
before the end of the year will cancel my portfolio.

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