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Yup. The counters sometimes wonk out.
Most likely the "real" counter is the one that DD shows you when they ask you if you're sure you want to unassign the order. That number is always one point LESS than the one that's displayed on the ratings page.

Thus if your ratings page says your CR is 95% you should assume it's 94% just to be safe.
 

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Some guy told me he's doing it since day one and it doesn't matter, so I figured I ask here... I know it says 80% you can get deactivated, but seems like they need drivers so I am not convinced they will deactivate you for 75%, for example...
 

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Some guy told me he's doing it since day one and it doesn't matter, so I figured I ask here... I know it says 80% you can get deactivated, but seems like they need drivers so I am not convinced they will deactivate you for 75%, for example...
There should be no reason to even hit 80%… especially if you are moving enough orders. Do you really want your next thread to be “DD deactivated me because my completion rate fell below 80%”…? Of course some guy told you different, you are his competitor…
 

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To me it’s a moot point really. I don’t see a realistic situation where I would fall that low. Maybe on UE where it’s easy to accidentally accept a Walmart offer, but even then it’s usually not 20 stops, mostly 10-15. But not on DD.
 

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For access to large order your complete rare needs to stay 90 or higher. And 4.8 on customer rating. I try to keep completion rate 95 or highe to cancel only super long waits or other serious issues. If I don’t think an offer is good I decline that the best way to keep your completion rate high. Acceptance rate is 15 %.
 
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