I have noticed a few people who are on Amazon.com Affiliates, and ask about payment methods.
I often hear that people don't want to get paid by cheque with the Amazon.com affiliate program because of the $15 cheque processing fee.
However on my monthy Amazon.com report I received today I noticed the following paragraph.
So for all you people outside America, who don't want to set up American bank accounts, but still sell products on Amazon.com, rejoice!
Oli, this has been clarified on a couple of recent threads. It's true that international members don't get slugged the $15 fee by Amazon - but the cheque is still in US dollars, which means you're going to get slugged by your bank instead!
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