My balance for end of last month does not reflect the figure I saw for my Amazon earnings up to 23rd December. Can anyone tell me why this should be please? Thanks
Your question is vague but a common reason why things might look "off" is that an item was returned, in which case the commission is deducted from your balance, possibly during a different reporting period depending on how long the customer waited before returning it. You'll have to give more details if you want a more specific answer.
It takes 60 days for Amazon earnings to be finalized. So, you won't see those results until the second month after you earned them.
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