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killerjer

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Q re International Payments - If I Don't Meet Minimum
Posted: Jun 4, 2012 5:53 PM
 
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Quick question - I read in another thread that each country (or maybe currency?) is treated separately for payments. I've currently got just about $10 due me from UK sales - I'm guessing the exchange rate puts me under the minimum $10 EFT pay amount, 'cause I didn't get this payment same time as my other (American) March sales.

So - if I sell no more in UK, does that mean I never see this $10? Won't break my bank, obviously, just curious. Thanks as always for any help.

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Re: Q re International Payments - If I Don't Meet Minimum
Posted: Jun 9, 2012 3:55 AM   in response to: killerjer in response to: killerjer
 
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I am from Australia, and would also like support with this query.....!
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Re: Q re International Payments - If I Don't Meet Minimum
Posted: Dec 20, 2013 7:07 PM   in response to: killerjer in response to: killerjer
 
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Well, this question just got answered. You probably all got e-mail that KDP is eliminating $10 minimum payment per currency, if you have direct deposit payments. Well, they just sent me $4.50 from a lonely UK sale back in March - so, yeah, if you've got stuff sitting out there, they don't forget it, they just hold on to it. Kinda nice to know!

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