I am a hubber from India and have reached the Amazon $100 threshold thrice, but everytime my cheques are getting lost, they never seem to reach me. I then contacted the Amazon support team and received only one cheque, the others are still missing. If you are a hubber from India, are you able to receive the cheques? Please help me out, as to what should i do?
I suggest you switch to the HubPages Amazon program right away, then you will get paid by HubPages instead.
Then, write to Amazon and tell them the payments that you did not receive. They will issue you with a new cheque for the missing amounts. You may have to wait another two or three months before you get the replacement cheque, though.
Thanks Marisa for your reply, i have switched to the Hubpages Amazon Program but these are the cheques prior to switching. I have been waiting for them to come but even after 4-5 months of issue and reissue i have not been able to get these. People at the Postal Dept tell me they have no records since the cheques were sent by General Post and not registered.
In that case, just write to Amazon and tell them the dates of the payments that went missing.
They will have to check to see whether the cheques were ever presented. If they were, you won't get any money. If they weren't, Amazon will cancel those cheques and put the money back in your affiliate account. Then when the next payment date comes, they will issue a cheque for the whole balance and send it to you.
Why not open a payoneer account get a us account and link your amazon account to it,.Then redraw your earnings with the ATM card from any automated machine in any country.
That would be so cool, but Payoneer is not available in India. (ruled out by RBI)
Indians can only apply for global bank transfer service on Payoneer (which does not inlcude the MasterCard), but since Amazon payments are sent through US bank account directly to the Payoneer card, it is not possible.
You can read this comment: http://blog.payoneer.com/get-your-payme … 1273142300
Thanks Tony, i am not aware about such a thing
I know you are asking the about Amazon payout. I have a question since we are on the topic of Amazon Sales.
Do you have some tips for Amazon sales?
You will get much more help if you start your own forum thread. Anyways, here are some tips:
1) I have always admired WryLilt's suggestions. This is a fantastic hub: http://wrylilt.hubpages.com/hub/How-to- … azon-Items
2) Also read HubPages' weekly newsletter from last week for product tips (10/9/2014)
Hello Sam, i agree with NeoSurk that you should read Wrylit's hub on Amazon sales and you will get lot of tips there, i learnt a lot from that one hub. My personal advice would be to write your hub in a way as if you are telling a story and then add products in between rather than forcing someone to buy. Like just write about different christmas gifts for the newborn- how they will be good for the newborn and then add some gifts there. Hope this helps
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