Is it possible to convert affiliates earning to amazon products without cashing on the bank first ?
You can choose to receive your funds via Amazon gift certificate instead of check if you want to. They send you a gift certificate code in an email which you can redeem for products. If you go to "Account Settings" in your Amazon account, and then go down to the "Payment Information" area, there is a link there that says "Change your payment method." You can set it there to pay you via Amazon gift certificate.
Hope this helps!
Thanks it helped because I don't have amazon account yet, wanted to know that first before losing my time creating an account
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