When you chose to recieve an Amazon gift certificate as payment how do you recieve that gift certificate, email, regular mail or can u find it in your amazon account someplace?
A code is sent via email. You should also know that if you switch to direct deposit at some point, timing makes a difference...I can't remember how far in advance you need to arrange that change, but I ended up with a gift cert. payout last December, when I was expecting a deposit.
It just appears as a credit in your account, then next time you spend some money it's taken off that credit.
I have been looking on my affiliate account and dont see it. Is it on my customer account?
I receive my gift certificate through email. They'll give you a code that you will need to enter when you log in your account in Amazon.com. Then it will appear as part of the amount of your gift certificate.
*Edit* ooppps, I receive payment from Amazon through email.
by Alison Graham 8 years ago
Hi, I have just checked Amazon.com for payment details. It seems that you can get paid direct to your bank if you are in USA or get paid by Amazon.com gift certificate. If you want to be paid by cheque, earnings have to be $100. How can I get paid in UK? I can't have the...
by Oyewole Folarin 4 years ago
I checked my amazon associate account, only to find that amazon had paid me by gift certificate. I tried to view my amazon gift card balance, I got this message again "Your Gift Card Balance: $0.00". What can be done to get the money paid credited to my gift card balance?
by Holle Abee 9 years ago
I've made a little money this month from Amazon. Can I leave it in my account for several months and not request payment until the sum gets larger? Does the payment go to my checking account, Paypal, or is it in the form of a paper check? Thanks!!
by emievil 9 years ago
Just wondering. I think I'm close to hitting $10 in Amazon (keeping my fingers crossed on this one). But since I'm not in the U. S., I chose to get an Amazon gift certificate instead (the check takes too long due to the high threshold). So, is the gift certificate transferable? I couldn't find the...
by Vic Dillinger 3 years ago
Recently, I, as well as hundreds of thousands of others was required by Amazon to submit a declaration that none of the sites I work for or on (in which I use my Amazon i.d.) specifically target children under 13 years of age. I did this, of course, because, hey, I like to comply with people...
by alexd181 9 years ago
Hi,I decided to remove all my Amazon capsules and cash in what I've made so far with their program ($30 or so). Their minimum for a gift certificate exchange is $10, however I've applied for this in the settings and I've been waiting a few weeks now with still no word from them. Does anyone know...
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