Click bank payout problem...

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  1. 77se7en

    77se7en Registered Member

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    Hey guys, I managed to somehow make a sale with clickbank. But I can't get the money. My cap is sat to $50. Look at the screenshot, how do I get them to send me the check?:smashfrea
     

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  2. 77se7en

    77se7en Registered Member

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    And the amoutn seem to decrease every pay period :<
     
  3. skagenweb

    skagenweb BANNED BANNED

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    In compliance with US law, ClickBank will withhold payment of any account balance until the following criteria is met:

    • Sales made with 5 or more different credit card numbers and
    • Sales made with two different payment methods (either Visa, MasterCard, or PayPal). Note: PayPal purchases do not count toward the minimum 5 different credit card numbers.
     
  4. 77se7en

    77se7en Registered Member

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    So what can I do?

    Does it mean I got to make 4 more sales?
     
  5. pnc2010

    pnc2010 Newbie

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    Yes, and the longer your account is idle in sales, they will continue to deduct money.
     
  6. 77se7en

    77se7en Registered Member

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    that sux, thanx guys
     
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    One of the most common term and conditions missed by a clickbank affiliate...
     
  8. CMS2009

    CMS2009 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    yeah, but you also have to have your four sales come from different payment options.

    I see it states this is in compliance with US law, but which particular law and whats the point of that law?
     
  9. effinOUTRAGE

    effinOUTRAGE Newbie

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    Law of Contracts... "You agreed to it, so eff you" is the reasoning behind these things. For instance If I wrote a service agreement saying you would pay for my food and vehicle during a project, and you signed it, You then would be bound by "law" to follow the agreement (I'm hungry where's the food????)

    What they mean by compliance* is that they are not breaking any existing laws with that section of the agreement.

    Hope that clears it up for you

     
  10. AGSniper

    AGSniper Regular Member

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    Get more sales before you lose even more money! If you are desperate about not wanting to lose anymore money, go purchase something with your card or something that's worth a dollar or two in Clickbank.
     
  11. albaniax

    albaniax Elite Member

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    Just start promoting a product again :D

    There is tons of stuff in the marketplace. Find a niche, check out the competition, and start marketing in different ways.

    Clickbank has the advantage, that you can request weekly payments by check or wire-transfer. Send out on 13th, it arrives on 15th in my bank account in Germany, and they pay on-time.
     
  12. AGSniper

    AGSniper Regular Member

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    Once you get past the requirements, the rest of the way becomes easy! :)
    The wire-transfer is super convenient. You must receive three checks before you can choose the wire-transfer option, but it is totally worth it, especially with the weekly payouts!