In the past, you had to earn to a certain level to collect from Amazon. Has that changed? Is what you earn now added to your HP payments each month on a pay as you go basis the same way Ebay is added?
If you sign up for the new HP Amazon program, what you earn is added to your other earnings and paid when you reach the $50 minimum. However, "program earnings will be credited to your HEP balance a month later than the Ad and eBay Program. The reason for this is to protect ourselves and the community from fraudulent practices that have the potential to arise with a shorter payment cycle."
Here's the whole post about how it works:
http://blog.hubpages.com/2014/02/introd … n-program/
Thanks Writer Fox. Even though I earn very little from Amazon, it is nice to know that I don't have to wait forever to collect what I have earned.
Just remember that the money in your personal Amazon account will not transfer to the HP Amazon program. So, make sure you have reached the minimum payment for Amazon before you go to the HP program if you don't think you will have personal Amazon payments from other sources. If not, you may never be able to collect the money you have already earned.
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