Yesterday I received an email form Amazon saying that if one followed certain procedures, one could link products from the US and the UK, so if they bought from the UK, one could get commission in the US.
Is HP doing this?
Here is the link explaining it (not that I understand a word of what they're explaining).
https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/pr … netization
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