I wish to renew my account with cheque by mail. How much and where do i mail it to? email@example.com
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 ns1209 8 years ago
I was wondering what is the best way to get paid by Amazon if you don't live in the U.S.A?I live in the UK and wonder what are the best payment methodsSadly I don't have an American bank account so can not receive direct deposits. This is a shame as I would love this and it only requires a...
by Linda Liebrand 6 years ago
If you're a hubber in the UK - How are you getting paid by Amazon.com?Amazon.com offer three payment options, direct debit to your bank account (only open to US citizens), gift certificates or cheque. I was wondering which payment options other UK Hubbers have chosen and why? At the moment I'm a...
by Anti-Valentine 6 years ago
I'm appealing in particular to South African hubbers here (I know you exist!), but if anyone else has any suggestions, go ahead.All the Google Adsense cheques I've received to date have arrived in the mail without any problems. But last year the South African Post Office started to screw a lot of...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 6 years ago
I live is Spain. I have receive a cheque from Amazon but my bank won't accept it, saying that the cost of returning the cheque to source for approval would cost more than it's worth! Now I have a cheque that is useless. Why does Amazon not use Paypal? How do you guys get to your Amazon earnings?...
by IzzyM 7 years ago
According to my account my Adsense cheque (my biggest yet!) was sent out on the 21st of December. It still hasn't reached here. I usually get it around the 5th of the month, and even taking the Holidays into consideration, and remember that Spain has extra holidays on the 5th of January too, it is...
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