I have 56 comments and 100% approval and 0% skip rate which means 6 of those should be eligible for cash credits, so 6 comments should be $1.50 but I only have $1.00

Also when I click to write another comment now it's still only offering me 1 credit (non-cash) it appears that cash credits have been turned off for some reason

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JeffreyBrown Premium
Good answers below, my friend!

Jeff
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Lev Premium
Might be worth sending a private message to Carson to get clarification.
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - what Fiona has said is correct, it is due to the economics of the platform. Many members are reporting the same.
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Fiona13 Premium
You are not the only one l have seen more people asking the question. Apparently when people are not buying credits then when you comment you will only get the non cash credit not cash credit.
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MrKent Premium
i did not know that. i always thought WA was paying the cash out of their own pockets. are you also not getting cash at the moment?
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Fiona13 Premium
Yes I am not getting cash credit.
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