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how to remove two properties from google map

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9 months 1 day ago #46795 by tonylao
Dear Jomres friends,

I was trying to remove two properties mark from google map as in image attached. I am trying to find the Lat and Long of each property but I could not find any located outside Laos

Anyway here know what would be the possible cause of the two marks?

Thank you in adance
Regards,
Tony
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9 months 1 day ago #46796 by Rodrigo Rocco
I'd check in the database, table jomres_propertys.

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9 months 1 day ago #46797 by Vince Wooll
Did you figure it out Tony?

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9 months 14 hours ago - 9 months 11 hours ago #46799 by tonylao
Dear Rodrigo and Vince Wooll,

Thank for your support. I checked on database at Jomres_propertys but still could not see any lat and long property outside Laos. It seems to appear in every property category

What may be the problem?
Regards,
Tony
Last edit: 9 months 11 hours ago by tonylao.
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9 months 10 hours ago #46800 by Vince Wooll
It's impossible to say. Raise a support ticket and we'll look into it for you.

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