Well, today I got my first orders on Amazon. And not just one, or two but THREE!
I'm really happy about this but I have a question.
Even though the 3 ordered items are being shown on amazon, my account still doesn't have earnings. Why is this, do I have to wait until the items are shipped?
Also be aware that if an item is returned, the commission will be taken back off your earnings (which can be very annoying!!).
by Mieka7 years ago
It was directly related to one of my hubs, and I'm sooo happy right now. It was only a rather cheap dvd though, so the commission is probably not too high.And how long does it take before you will know if an order is...
by LindaSmith12 years ago
I know it can take up to 7 days for an ordered product to be shipped out, and that Amazon does not show ordered product on earnings report until it is shipped out. My estimation is that it has been 7 days since...
by aa lite3 years ago
My Amazon report for Saturday the 1st of March still shows 0 clicks and 0 sales. The other days have updated normally.Initially I assumed it might be a problem with Amazon reporting or a glitch, which would be fixed in...
by Ben Guinter3 years ago
Come someone please explain where $16.99 of my Amazon earnings went?I was tracking my earnings all last month, and it totaled up to $28.70 by the end of the month, so why does my balance history show that there was only...
by Paul Edmondson3 years ago
We are going to increase Amazon earnings for most of you! Amazon is becoming part of the HP Earnings program. In early November folks will have the opportunity to switch to get paid their Amazon earnings...
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
I have been keeping a close eye on my Amazon sales and shipments by displaying the Earnings Reports to show Amazon "All Time" and it shows that 10 items never were shipped yet. Seven (7) of those 10...
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