When do i get the 'eBay Revenue and Sales By Hub' amount paid?
From the "Recent winning eBay bids" section: "Please note that the eBay revenue is NOT your earnings for a transaction."
To see your earnings from eBay, start at the stats page and go to "earnings" and "earnings reports". This will show you your actual eBay earnings. Those earnings are tucked into the HPads program and you will be paid the month after you have accumulated $50.
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