The adds by the ebay are shown at my hubs but in my affeliate settings i have not its code yet.However i applied for the affeliation / Network Partner at ebay and the replyed that
" we can not accpet your applation at this time"
From, eBay Partener Network application up date.
I want to know that if some one bay something through my hub then will eBay pay my commession or not.And what will be the proplem with my application for not accepting yet?
If ebay have rejected your application you will get no money from a sale via an ebay capsule.
The choice is up to you whether or not you wish to use ebay capsules.
But what will be the reason for the rejection of my application.
Did they give a reason?
If they didn't give a reason and it looks as if there's no further correspondence then I'd only be making up stuff trying to guess as to what their reason might be.
Maybe copy and paste the content of their email here so your fellow Hub Authors can read through it and maybe see if you might have missed something.
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