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I lost some reputation this morning, I think I must have suggested edits on these questions when my reputation was less than 2000.

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I guess the questions where removed along with any gained reputation, right?

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Exactly. Those posts were all deleted, and thus the system lets you know the reputation you gained is no longer there.

For example, the top-most post was 2 points gained from this suggested edit. The question was automatically deleted by Community, as a closed question with a negative score. I'd wager the other 5 met the same fate.

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Great, thanks for the info. – iiSeymour Dec 15 '12 at 12:04

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