Help am trying to sign up with amazon. stuck on questions
what is the name of your website, and whatis the URL you will use to send traffic to amazon.
Am so frustrated cant find this information anywhere, can someone please point me in the right direction.
Thanks heaps Irohner and Super Chef it helped. Very new at this hopefully will get better. cheers
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