I noticed the eBay and Amazon affiliate ID codes on my hub links changes from what I entered in my profile from time-to-time. Is this normal? I know of other 3rd party affiliate tools that would do that as part of the agreement (Goldencan, DataFeedFile, etc.) and that's ok. But I can't find anything in the FAQ about changing affiliate ID's for Hubpages.
I'm not gonna disclose the new id codes here, but I have them written down if anyone wants to know what they are.
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