I have had several winning bids on eBay from my hubs, some dating back to October 2011. I have not received any revenue yet from these. When will I receive my portion of the eBay revenue? What is the threshold that has to be met? Where is it deposited?
The eBay program FAQ has all the answers you are looking for,
Thanks for pointing that particular list of FAQs out to me. The funny thing is I hunted for the answer in the learning center, hubs by HP staff about eBay, the FAQs linked at the top of the "need help" forum by Maddie, but missed the one you gave me. So thanks for pointing it out.
My particular question is about the topic in #10 from the faq link you gave me - eBay Sales Reports. In my HP earnings I of course see my earnings from impressions and eBay clicks and receive payout for both of those things.
But I have about 8 or so eBay transactions listed in the eBay sales reports. It seems like on that report that it states that we get 60% and HP gets 40%, but I have never received any of it when I have been paid from the HP earnings program.
Are we supposed to get a percentage of the winning bid transaction listed on the eBay sales report? When I read the eBay sales report faq answer, as well as the link it contains to ebay with more information, I am just getting more confused.
Thanks for any help you can give.
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