New Standing Orders Cycling through Non Auto Funding Loans | P2P Lending, Peer to Peer Lending, People to People Lending

I have just been watching my new standing orders (no adjustments yet). I have $50 that is not in a pending review loan or in loans. The Standing Orders have bid on 3 NAF loans (in the last 3 days) but been out bid each time so far. I might have my rates too high. But with only $50 on the sideline I think I can continue to be picky.

Thanks to those of you that have helped debug the loan rate analyzer. It is still not working at 100%. I have 5 simultaneous user license and it seems that as long as the page is open a user is being used. After the close of the page it takes 1 minute to clear. Not very efficient. Not sure why iframe is different than a new window, but it is.

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