Please help with this problem. I try to open account on Amazon Associates ande get this answer:
As of June 1, 2013 we will only be able to approve Facebook.com “Fan Pages” and/or “Verified” Twitter.com pages in the Associates program. All other social network sites are not eligible to add Associate links, or for use to create an Associates Account.
Unfortunately, because of this we will not be able to accept your application, your Associates account has been rejected.
Thank you for your interest in Amazon.com Associates
It seems like you are trying to apply for an Amazon Associates account by using your Facebook and / or Twitter accounts, which is apparently not allowed, according to the message that you said you got from Amazon.
Maybe you can try applying for an Amazon account by using your HubPages subdomain URL instead. The format is this: http:// username. hubpages.com.
Check out this HubPages guide on how to do that: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account . The guide includes step-by-step instructions as well as images to help you set up your Amazon affiliate account. Hope this helped.
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