I'm interested in signing up for the Amazon Affiliates Program. However, I live in Barbados(in the Caribbean) and I was wondering if I sign up, if there will be any problems with payment, since I don't live in the US.
Also, should i sign up by myself, or through Hubpages?
You have to sign up through Amazon.com.
Cardia, you'll be paid by cheque, which will be in US dollars. So you need to check with your bank what the charges will be, if you pay in a US dollar cheque.
For instance, in Australia they charge about $10. You can set your payout threshold high - say $100 or $200 - so the fee is less painful.
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