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dompazz

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Rejected Order via API for loan still available on site
« on: March 09, 2016, 09:09:02 AM »
I've not seen this before.  I was watching the 9am drop this morning when my system tried to pick up a loan.  I received a NOT_AN_INFUNDING_LOAN response

Code: [Select]
{
      "loanId": 73855185,
      "requestedAmount": 25,
      "investedAmount": 0,
      "executionStatus": [
        "NOT_AN_IN_FUNDING_LOAN"
      ]
    }

Curious, I went to the site to see what the loan was and it was only 20% funded.  I was able to purchase the loan on the site within 60 seconds of being rejected via the API.

Has anyone else seen this before?  Ideas on what happened?

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Re: Rejected Order via API for loan still available on site
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2016, 09:16:56 AM »
I have and I even emailed them about it.  They gave me some BS answer about being logged into the website.  I'm not sure how many times it has happened since then, but figured it was easier to forget about it than try to argue with them more.
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Re: Rejected Order via API for loan still available on site
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2016, 10:56:16 AM »
I have and I even emailed them about it.  They gave me some BS answer about being logged into the website.  I'm not sure how many times it has happened since then, but figured it was easier to forget about it than try to argue with them more.
I was logged into the website at the time.  I guess I will make sure I am logged out on drops where I know I have cash to deploy and see if it happens again.

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Re: Rejected Order via API for loan still available on site
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2016, 04:38:52 PM »
I've seen it before.  Probably the "shopping cart lock out" ... People can place loans in their shopping carts, then filter and release the loans they don't want.  If enough people are doing that, the loans will become unavailable until people start to release them..