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I find the whole process quite slow, frustrating and unreliable.


I distribute my referrals via social media, and I've discovered 3 people have signed up via my referrals and it didn't apply credits to my account on IG's end.
One person had my referral registered, but required a re-linking my account and theirs. Two other people simply didn't get recognised as using the referral link at all and had to be manually fixed via E-mail.
I now have no idea how many of my followers have actually signed up, as IG referral links for me are highly unreliable.

The referrals code users have to wait up to 10 business days to get their +$100 USD credit.

I also require up to 10 business days waiting period for my credit as well.

I cannot for the life of me begin to wonder why such a thing is not automated, and if it is, how it could possibly take 10 business days.


Please consider restructuring or improving the Refer-A-Friend program. As someone who heavily uses social media for trading, I am finding no incentive to get another 5 people to sign up as it's tedious, slow and overall unreliable.
I would, at this stage, either use a different platform or best case just avoid using the referral program altogether.

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