@TEKNECI There are really two types of day trading protections. The first is if an account has equity less than $25,000 one is restricted from placing more than 3 trades in a rolling 5 day period. The second is if an account has over $25,000 in equity then, while one can execute unlimited day trades, one is restricted from exceeding the current Day Trading Buying Power (DTBP).
The message that pops up when liquidating positions is simply an informational message. It is saying if the account is less than $25,000 in equity, there is the potential that some of the orders could be rejected. That’s all.
Are you seeing other issues?