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How To Receive Amazon U.S. Affiliate Payment Using Payoneer

Are you one of the Amazon U.S. affiliate who is struggling with receiving affiliate payment? Well, you are not alone as many others from various part of the world are in the same situation as you.

If you are from countries like U.S., U.K, you can receive payment via payment method such as direct bank deposit. If you are from countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, SriLanka or other countries where the direct deposit is not available, here I’m sharing the way to receive payment. This question was asked by one of our readers in the forum:

Amazon USA affiliate Payment

This method is tested & tried by me, so you can use it without any issue. For late comers, you can read this guide & this one to learn about Amazon affiliate program.

Receiving Amazon U.S. Affiliate commission using Payoneer:

I have talked a lot about Payoneer earlier & if you are not aware of Payoneer let me quickly explain it for you. Payoneer is a service like Paypal that can be used to send & receive payment. What unique about them is, Payoneer let you have a U.S. & Euro bank routing number that can be used to receive payment from various services. In fact, in recent time they have partnered with many services & their reach is growing as we speak. You can read below tutorials to learn more about Payoneer:

If you don’t have an account on Payoneer, you can create one using the link below. Do remember; you will also get a bonus of $25 once you have made a transaction of $100 using Payoneer. (Even if you receive Affiliate commission via Amazon of $100 or more, you will get $25 bonus money). Pretty cool, huh?

Create free Payoneer account

Once your account is activated or if you already have an active Payoneer account, login to the Payoneer dashboard.  Click on Global payment service & the next page you will get USD receiving account (ACH) information. This is how the page would look like:

Get U.S. bank ACH information Amazon

Now login to your Amazon U.S. affiliate dashboard & click on account settings > Change Payment Method & here you need to enter the details of your U.S. account from Payoneer.

Select the option which says “Pay me by direct deposit (United States Based Associates Only)” & enter the details. You can use below screenshot for the reference:

Amazon associates commission IndiaClick on Submit & that’s it. You need to ensure that you have filled out tax information which is mandatory to receive payment. I missed out on filling tax information & my payment got delayed due to this. So, you don’t want to make the same mistake as me.

Receiving Amazon US affiliate commission

I hope this helps those who are earning money from Amazon affiliate program & couldn’t find a way to receive money in their country.

Here are recommended articles for Amazon associates:

  1. How I make money from Amazon Affiliate Program
  2. How to make money from Amazon Affiliate program
  3. How to create Amazon affiliate links

If you still have any question regarding configuring Amazon U.S. payout information, feel free to let me know.

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