Why aren't these questions more current?

Hard to believe there aren’t a large number of questions being asked every day. Most of these are days old.

asked about 2 months ago

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TrinketBox May 29, 2020

sometimes I wonder also…

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answered about 2 months ago

Maybe (just to name one of the reasons) B. members can quickly find answers to their specific questions on the help pages: https://support.bonanza.com/hc/en-us
and turn for help here only, if they can’t find a suitable topic (which can happen sometimes because of a multilayered navigation) or need more clarification…

answered about 2 months ago

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KazooDecor May 30, 2020

It’s easy enough to ask a question here, so I guess this is probably correct. It’s very clearly linked under the “Help” menu, so it’s not hard to find the community Q&A section.

Along with ArtistsUnion, I suspect the number of questions here are but a fraction of the queries they get. I'd bet, nearly 10 to 1 (maybe much more than that) simply email supportbonanza.com if they can’t find a resolution with a Google search.

Have pondered the same question before; this is what I reasoned made most sense. shrugs YMMV

answered about 1 month ago

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