Testers will still get paid if you reject a bug using one of the following rejection reasons:

  • Rejected – this bug is not relevant to the customer and will not be fixed.
  • Rejected – this device is not relevant to the customer and, therefore, the bug will not be fixed.
  • Rejected – this is a legit bug but is already known.
  • Rejected – this bug only occurs in the testing environment and not in the live system.
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