I logged in and noticed my first sale (yay) but also there was other items included as part of that sale that I hadn't linked to. Is it the case that we get credit for anything that they buy out of that referral, not just the item we link to?
Sorry in advance if this is common knowledge - just took me by surprise.
NB - Surely it's not a beach day in the UK? Where is that - looks tropical.
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