Since there is a lag in when we receive our earnings from the HubPages' Amazon sales, the amount I earned in July are not listed in my July balances. There is a note that states that there is an amount that is also earned (in August), but it also does not include the July Amazon sales.
Am I looking at it wrong? If not, will you please add that so the balance truly reflects the balance?
Amazon payments are on a 60 day cycle, so July earning will be posted in September.
This chart shows the different payment cycles.
Your balance history indicates Amazon Program Earnings for Jun 1-30 posted this month (Aug 4).
If you have any further questions please email payments at hubpages dot com as we do not discuss payment and earning details in the forums.
Thank you for your reply Matthew. I am not asking a specific question about my account. I am merely pointing out that the Amazon earnings for July are not reported anywhere in the Balance History (presumably for everyone) and I think they should be.
I think a note in the space where "Earnings for a particular month will not appear here until several days after the end of that month (up to 30)." is listed, or below it where the earnings for the current month are listed would suffice.
You can always view your Amazon earnings for a particular month here https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/reports?type=amazon
Thank you. I do understand there is a way to get the information. I realize this is not a high priority item, since there is a workaround. I was merely stating that the balance in the balance history is not accurate since it is missing a month's worth of Amazon earnings.
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