Some wholesale billing clients are missing now. What gives?

Using qboa gen 2 and now 3 out of my 12 wholesale clients are missing from the wholesale clients list and some did not bill on the past billing cycle on are listed as suspended.

If that wasn't painful enough, some of my active clients on the wholesale list are scheduled for deletion under my old qboa gen 1

I have tried 3 different browsers..cleared history etc but everything is still a mess.

I have 2 support tickets in but they said it may take a long time to fix.  Support did say that tech was aware of the problem but had no resolution at this time.

Has anyone else had similar problems?

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I have this same problem. One of my clients are missing from the list?

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