Removing users from the Solomon Mines structure

For example, Your structure comprises 60 participants placed as follows:

Level 1 /Earth/ Participants 1 through 5 (5 participants total),
 

Level 2 /Ore/ Participants 6 through 30 (25 participants total),
 

Level 3/Copper/ Participants 31 through 60 (30 participants total).

Your Structure before the deletion of a participant:

You

1

2

3

4

5

Level 1

Earth

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

30

Level 2

Ore

31

55

56

57

58

59

60

Level 3

Copper

Ordinal participant numbers mean they are assigned a number in the order based on the time of their joining your Structure (for example, the smaller is the number, the earlier the participant got registered within the Structure by signing the Agreements on their personal Account page).

What happens when participant 2 gets deleted from your Structure?

The participants from the deleted participant’s Structure are shifted by one spot in a certain order based on the time and date of their conclusion of the Agreements:

  • participant 2 gets deleted from your Structure,
  • on the first line of the Structure of the deleted participant 2 (your Level 1), his first participant (based on the time of their placement into the structure, it is participant 11) takes the spot of participant 2,
  • on the first line of the Structure of the deleted participant 11 (your Level 2), his first participant (based on the time of their placement into the structure, it is participant 56) takes the spot of participant 11,
  • then changes take place at your Level 3: participant No. 57 takes the place of participant No. 56, and so on, and all the four remaining participants at your Level 3 get shifted one spot to the left and the last fifth spot remains open.

Your reorganized Structure after participant 2 is deleted

You

1

2

3

4

5

Level 1

Earth

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

30

Level 2

Ore

31

55

56

57

58

59

60

Level 3

Copper

So, if a participant is deleted from your Structure, only the section below the user gets affected by the changes.