I recently switched over the to HP Amazon program and am confused about the reports. When I took a look at my amazon earnings report this evening it only shows numbers through Monday, March 24.
Is the reporting for this new Amazon program always a few days behind?
Mine seems to be glitching. Normally it is faster, but right now all of my earning reports start at Monday March 24th, and everything else is pending, Im not sure if its just me or if they are doing work on the earnings so its effecting what we see
I earned with Amazon for a few days, then ziltch! nothing! not sure whats happening now!
I just signed up for the new program a few days ago so I'm not expecting any activity yet, I am just wondering why my report ends at March 24 and not yesterday (March 27). I tried to change the parameters to include yesterday and it still only pulled up through the 24th.
It may be that this is how this report shows up, I'm just not sure.
It looks like everything is up to date now on my account. Thanks for all of the responses.
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