Is it ok to order things from Amazon from one of my accounts using my own Amazon tracking id?
My guess is that this is frowned upon. I just wanted to find out for sure.
I wouldn't do that if I were you. You would be getting paid from Amazon for something you bought in you own account. I'd steer away from that idea. You would be making money on yourself and your tracking ID
You won't get any commission from your own Amazon account. They don't credit those sales.
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