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Yes, when u touch 50's of some ratio it shows like this.. 1052 would be 1.1k
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Both are correct in their own way in app the credits get rounded up
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It is just basic rounding off. Rely on the whole number (2058 is correct)
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Its round off value.
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I think 2.1k is the round of for 2058 which is the exact credit in your account.
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Its round off value for larger data unit
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Its round off value for larger data unit
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Happened the same with me, better go for the 2058 value, precaution is better. Though they usually round off but you can never telll
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Hi, You should rely on the numbers showing in desktop as the app does a round figure of the credits.
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You should rely on 2058. it just shows round up value
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2.1k is approx meams its 2100 something
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Both are right. Basically it's a round off portion. when it cross 50's, it'll show 1. like 2020 is equal to 2k and 2052 is equal to 2.1k
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2058 is correct..
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It's just round off data of your credits. For more than 50 points it will rounded off to 100 but actual points will be the same.
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2058 is rounded off as 2.1k. You should rely on the expanded form.
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