In light of the new Amazon California deal that was just struck, does that me that us Californians can reopen our Amazon accounts? I haven't gotten an email from Amazon yet, so maybe that means that the deal hasn't been finalized yet? But if it has and we are allowed to reopen our accounts, what's the process for doing that on HP?
Not that I am aware of. It's a deal for Amazon the company and as far as I know, it's nothing to do with the affiliates. However, I could be wrong, because I've not completely read up on it.
If Amazon becomes physically located here, then the reason we were all fired will no longer apply.
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