I've reached my Amazon payout and then some. I've arranged to get paid by direct deposit, but don't see anything in my bank account yet. How does this work? Do they pay at a certain time each month? Thanks.
Amazon has a section in the help area of their associates program that details everything about when they payout depending on the various options.
https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/gp … /main.html
Do you mean for this month?
Because you'll only see that payment made in January.
At the end of the month (usually a little earlier than this, but I guess due to Thanksgiving it'll be Monday) you'll get an email.
This is the one I received on 28th October...
They seem to take ages to pay - even longer than Adsense.
Thank goodness the payment threshold is lower though otherwise I still probably wouldn't have gotten anything from them. LOL
I got that email on Friday for this month. They're just probably not around to you yet Darkside. The money was deposited last Wednesday.
I just got paid a few days ago for september. It's always around the last week of the month and when you get paid, it's for 2 months ago, so you'll get your October commission around the end of December, your November commission at the end of January, and so on...
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