My Ebay sales report shows $15.95 revenue. It was earned on 25th May 2012. How can I get the money. After that I have not earned anything. Is there any limit for getting the money.
Is that what you earned or the value of the item you SOLD?
You do not get paid comission for what you sell. You only get paid for clicks.
And the accrued earnings from the clicks combine with other earnings from the HP ad program. When those total earnings reach $50, you will be paid via paypal at the end of the following month.
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