Dear @tesAuthorTeam I am writing to express my concern over the decline in sales during the pandemic and the school closures. I appreciate that Tes have frozen seller statuses until January 2021, but when the rolling annual revenue restarts, a lot of authors will lose their current status, whether that be gold or silver. This will largely be due to the pandemic rather than a general decline in sales. Your authors are working hard to promote their resources on Tes and creating new content for your platform all the time. It seems very unfair that these authors could lose their status, and the benefits this comprises. When taking the decline in sales since March, and the usual “low-season” during the summer holidays, into account, our annual revenue will be distorted. How are Tes proposing to deal with this beyond the January status freeze deadline? Would not a cumulative model for calculating seller statuses be more logical? So, when an author passes a certain level of revenue, their status is secured. This would maintain statuses for your dedicated and established authors, whilst giving new authors something to aim for. The current model makes it extremely difficult to be promoted to a higher status whilst also being extremely challenging to maintain once achieved. I look forward to any assistance or support you can offer during these very challenging times.