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Yagil

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Alamy

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    https://www.alamy.com/contrib-browse.asp?cid={36740224-D459-43E2-8265-8E5C0E39AF87}&name=Yagil+Henkin
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  • Joined Alamy
    04 Feb 2007
  1. "Yes, the old QC process meant that once you enter batch fail, all images submitted after the failed batch would be included in the batch fail. Now we have transferred over to the new system, this will no longer happen. You are more than welcome to re-upload the images that didn’t technically ‘fail’ as long as you are confident they meet our technical standards." I asked alamy because my last batch - uploaded after one failed - waited some weeks to be checked and then was rejected without marking any of the Images as checked (that is, contrary to past failures, no reason for failure for any of the images). And yes, it didn't sound logical to me. That's why I asked.
  2. Mark, I'm NOT talking about some batches during the same waiting time. What I'm talking about is: 1. You've uploaded a batch. It failed. 2. Then you uploaded a second batch. AFTER THE FAILURE OF THE FIRST BATCH, after you got the mail. 3. Then you waited almost a month to find out that this batch has failed too - when in reality it was NOT checked at all.
  3. Strange thing for me: I uploaded a batch which failed. Then I uploaded another one after more scrutiny. Now they've waited 28 days, failed it as being in the failed que without checking it at all (I checked with customer service), AND froze my account for 10 days. Can't get the logic behind the double-penalty. But after reading the response of customer service, I finally understand that at least half of my failed batches in the past were never QC'd at all, since customer service noted that in such case they failed them automatically. Now I just don't understand why alamy has let people in the past to upload batched that alamy knew will be failed without being checked.
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