Learn how to set up the Amazon Affiliate payment method in this step-by-step tutorial. From creating or importing a payment method to accessing payment and tax information, this video provides a comprehensive guide to managing your Amazon Affiliate account.
The video provides a tutorial on how to open, create or import a payment method for Amazon affiliate program. The first step is to have an Amazon account which can be created easily. Accessing the Amazon Associates section, there are various options to link products, promote, and generate reports. To add a payment method, select the payment and tax information from the account settings and choose the 'change payment method' option. Under this, select the 'add a new bank account' option, fill the details of account holding, currency, account type, bank name, account number and ABA number. The video also discusses providing tax information.
hey everybody and welcome into this new
tutorial so if you're willing to open
create or import any specific payment
method here into your Amazon affiliate
program it's going to be really really
simple so first of all you need to have
your Amazon account now in my case I
want to go into create your Amazon
account which is right in here now let's
put in a real quick here our name our
email a passcode and we enter the
password in order to continue now it's
going to be sending us an email
verification so we can put in here in
OTP all right so now you can start
having access here into the Amazon
Associates and if you reload the page
you're going to see that there's a
banner here it says Amazon Associates
you can go into the Amazon associate
side stripe so this one is going to be
redirecting us into the affiliation
section and here we go here we are on to
the Amazon associate here we have the
home section the product linking the
promotions the tools reports and some
help in here so if I select here my
account I can go into my account
and here we have the payment and tax
information we can choose this option
that says change payment method so I'm
gonna use this option
I'm just going to enter my two-step
verification in order to continue to my
payment preferences now it says before
we can pay you we must have your payment
information please ignore this message
if payment information is already
submitted so it's just a quick peace of
mind so so it's just an important notice
to keep in mind
and now here we have a payment method we
can go into the bank account section now
here says add or edit a bank account
what I want to do is to choose the
option that says add a new bank account
so now we can fill our information in
here so the bank location where you said
the account holding our bank currency
our account type the account number this
can film again the account number our
bank name and uh the last time you have
a routing number or an aba number you
can put it right in here if you don't
know what that is you can click in here
and it's going to be redirecting us into
an article from Amazon what does the Avi
mean so basically it actually is a
sample check like here so it's like a
number of accounts you can you can
usually see on the left side of it so
it's going to be looking like this so
once you search for that you can always
go into save changes and here into your
payment method you're going to see that
your account has been already set
correctly and obviously if you want to
provide some tax information you can
always go into The View provides tax
information so you can put in here jail
information you can fill your
information right in here about the tax
classification the permanent residence
and all the tax identity information so
after that you're now good to go and
your Amazon Associated it has been set
correctly so there you have it guys
hopefully this was a very useful video
for you don't forget to like And
subscribe to this channel thank you so
much for watching this video and
hopefully I will see you next time
In this tutorial, the speaker discussed the process of creating or importing a payment method for the Amazon Affiliate Program. The first step is to create an Amazon account. Once logged in, users can access the Amazon Associates side stripe where they will find the home section, product linking, promotions, tools, reports, and help.
To access payment and tax information, users can select "My Account" and then click on "My Account Settings." Here, they will see the payment and tax information section, where they can select "Change Payment Method."
In order to add a new bank account, users can select "Add a New Bank Account" from the payment method menu. They will then need to fill out information including the bank location, account holding, bank currency, account type, account number, bank name, and routing number or ABA number. If the user is unsure about what an ABA number is, they can access an article from Amazon that explains it in more detail.
Users can provide tax information by selecting "View/Provide Tax Information." Here they can fill out information about their tax classification, permanent residence, and tax identity.
The ease of adding and managing payment methods in the Amazon Affiliate Program has the potential to positively impact the affiliate marketing industry. With more streamlined processes, affiliates can focus on promoting products and increasing revenue rather than dealing with payment and tax-related issues.
The video tutorial discusses how to create or import a payment method for the Amazon Affiliate Program. It provides step-by-step instructions on accessing payment and tax information, adding a new bank account, and providing tax information. The ease of managing payment methods in the Amazon Affiliate Program has the potential to positively impact the affiliate marketing industry.
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