Okay- just noticed that I was still at 4% even though I have sold 9 things. So then I saw you can set you rate at a flat rate of 4% or performance based rate. I should select the performance based right? Is that why it hasn't increased? I assume I was set at flat rate.
How can you determine what % you are being paid at? Is there a place to look?
Thanks- still learning
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It should tell you on your main screen when you enter your account.
Mine last month, after I sold my first 7 items went up to 6% and I was told that I needed to 24 more items to go up to the next level.
As far as I can remember, I have it set based on performance.
Hope that helps.
"Hey Hey Paula.." (sorry just thought of that song)
OMG! I tell ya, I was actually engaged to a Paul once in my life...u can only imagine how many times I've heard that song.....uuuugh!
and Thanks Cags, your always a help!
Or it could just be that Paula's orders haven't been posted yet. You don't get the higher rate until it is posted.
Some items (ie electronics) are locked in at a 4% rate. You should read up on the Amazon site for the specifics.
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