Everyone needs a hand every once in awhile, and we’ve found that a bit of help can go a long way towards increasing Member tenure and preventing a costly eviction.
A Member will always be placed in one of six financial statuses (see How to interpret a Member's financial status for more info). Hosts can now choose to help Members in ‘Termination Risk’ and ‘Terminated’ (for collections only) statuses.
To help Members in ‘Terminated’ status, please continue reading. To help Members in ‘Termination Risk’ status please see How can I prevent a Member from being terminated for collections?
How do I know which Members have been terminated? Which Members should I help?
Members with a ‘Terminated’ financial status are Members who were terminated due to collections or behavioral reasons. In the case of collections terminations, this happens when a Member has an outstanding balance of $300 or greater 48 hours after their Dues Day (see “What happens if I have an outstanding balance?” for more details).
For example, a Member with a Friday Dues Day will be terminated for collections on Sunday at 11:59pm if their balance is $300 or greater.
There are several ways to know when a Member has been terminated:
What can Hosts do to help a ‘Terminated’ Member?
Hosts can now reinstate a Member (put a Member back in their room) who has been terminated for collections during the first 3 days after a member was terminated. When reinstating a Member, you will be able to choose the date that a collections termination could resume. *NOTE: If the member was terminated more than 3 days ago, you will need to request the reinstatement by sending an email to email@example.com
See this video and the steps below for detailed instructions on how to reinstate a Member terminated for collections through your dashboard.