We have received lots of question to our Support about what the different terms mean and what the different accounts represents, e.g. "escrowed", "mandatory account", and so on.
So we hereby present to you, this brief guide of what the terms mean:
WFO Escrow Value represents the value of WFO's that are not yet released to your Mandatory Account.
Total WFO's is the number of new WFO's which you have received in the companies that are going to be launched
Current WFO Value is the value of the Total WFO's mentioned above.
Wenyard Account is your transaction account. Use this to transfer money to your NASGO account, buy gift codes, buy qualification-WFO's and make transfers to your Towah Account.
Points left/right is the points which you not yet have been paid for in your binary structure.
Sponsored users is the number of direct members which have registered with you as a sponsor.
Mandatory account can only be used for buying W-shares in NASGO
Total amount of w-shares is the number of shares you have in your portfolio.
Total Value of w-shares is the total value of all your shares in your portfolio.
WFO escrow value represents the value of WFO's that are not yet released to your Mandatory Account
NASGO account balance shows the balance of the account which you can use to transfer both from and to your Wenyard Account. You can also buy W-shares using this account and will then receive shares which are not locked (escrowed).
Mandatory account balance shows the balance of the account which you use to buy locked W-shares with. These shares will be locked ("escrowed") in 30 days before you can sell them again.