On my account (two instances at least in September 2012) the total earnings do not equal ad program + ebay earnings. This is only cents, but then the cents will add up.
I'm a little confused.
I just looked at your account information and this is what I saw
"eBay Revenue and Sales By Hub
No eBay sales data are available for your account yet."
What I refer to is that for some days eg. ad program might be 5c and ebay 1c.
and the total is shown as 5c. There are few instances of this - 3 or 5 in total to date.
The following is the record for Sept 16th 2012:
Ad program $0.01 Ebay $0.05 Total $0.05
Please note this record should add up to $0.06, not $0.05.
It could be that both your ad program and eBay earnings were slightly less than $0.01 and $0.05 respectively, but have been rounded up to the nearest cent. For example, if your ad program was in fact $0.006 and your eBay was $0.046, this comes to a total of $0.052 which is $0.05 to the nearest cent, not $0.06.
I see your point though there are no < less than signs shown for that date.
This is about clarity and confidence in the system as much as anything, unless the amounts begin to look significant.
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