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Msg#: 3005664 posted 2:55 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

What do these mean in the CJ panel? Also is it true CJ processes commissions for payments on the 20th?



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Msg#: 3005664 posted 3:15 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)


This is a new commissionable action (sale, lead, etc.). Advertisers may correct a new commission as many times as they wish before it becomes Locked. Commissions are normally locked after the 10th of the month, unless the advertiser extends the commission.


An advertiser may extend a commission until the next locking date in order to provide themselves more time to review the action. An advertiser may also un-extend an Extended commission (return the commissionís status to New), if they no longer wish to move the commission to the next monthís locking process. An advertiser may only extend a commission for one month beyond its normal locking date. Within that time frame, however, they may extend and un-extend it as many times as they wish.


After the 10th of each month, all commissions in the New status with an event date in the prior month (including those that were in the Extended status from a previous month) become locked for processing. Commission Junction reviews all Locked commissions before they are Closed. At this point, advertisers may longer correct or extend the commission.

Around the 20th, unless it's a weekend or holiday.

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