Amazon wouldn't let me post this into their discussion board, so I thought I would ask here. I have 30 items "shipped" this month. According to our agreement, the advertising fees rate increases from 6% to 6.5% after 31 items shipped. However, my dashboard is saying "Increase Your Referral Rate to 6.5% by shipping 6 more items".
So, it means the 6.5% tier has increased to 36 items shipped?
P.S. This is not my main account.
It may be because some of the shipped items are those which the commission is set at 4 or 6% max. Or returned items - unless things changed this month we never know which item was cancelled or returned. I think they're not included in the count to 6.5% com.
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