I received my Amazon payment but was $5.00 short? Amazon states one amount and deposited was less? Is there a new fee now that I wasnt aware of? If not, how can I contact them directly???
I'm not sure what's going on, but I'm pinging our affiliate partner pro Marina to see if she has any other tips for you.
Hey again! Just head back from Marina. Looks like you do indeed need to contact Amazon directly about this. This might be a good starting point: https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/gp … es/contact
I think what may happen is that you get paid in the current month for the earnings from the previous month, including any earnings that got carried over if you didn't earn the minimum payout amount. So, in February you would get paid for the January earnings and the February earnings you will get paid in March.
It's two months behind - I just got paid for December earnings.
NO my account is not 2 months behind. They are up to date, I'm just stating that I got my email from Amazon stating deposits went in so I checked the amount on Amazonthat was deposited and then checked the bank and it is a $5.00 difference. I emailed Amazon, hope I will get a reply.....
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