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  1. I realise I must be getting on everyone's nerves with this, but I'm getting more and more angry. I early Jan, I realised that I have many unpaid uses on one particular image on the Daily Muddle and its sister website. CR confirmed the uses weren't reported or paid for, so sent me a form which I wasted an hour filling in with all the details of each individual use, returned the form, then I got a reply saying I hadn't to contact CR about it again, it was in the system. Over nine months later, I haven't heard a word about it. Yesterday it happened that two low value sales for that same file
  2. I had two Stockimo LiveNews images used in an online UK newspaper last Christmas day - fortunately they were reported in the "Have you found" thread otherwise I may never have known. The sales haven't appeared in the Stockimo app so I have been regularly chasing Alamy over the last few months, but still no sign of them or any explanations on why it us taking so long and not been paid - the link to the images were included. It is coming up to a year now. What would you do? Thanks. Carolyn
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