Why is HubPages sending my readers to an amazon affiliate link that reads error in Amazon's Link checker.
The original link I had put in my hub is correct and is acknowledged by Amazon, but the end link where a reader will be taken to could not be acknowledged by Amazon's link checker.
It says my account is not correctly tagged in that end link.
I keep getting a 'Invalid' message when I post a Amazon link into the capsule not sure who's the blame so got a hub with no Amazon hopefully it's only a temporary glitch
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by Robin Egerton2 years ago
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