Hi Omeja, You can view your conversion report from the Amazon Mobile App Distribution Portal. Please log in:
https://developer.amazon.com/welcome.html In Distribution Portal home page, click on the "Reporting" at the top of your screen. You should be able to view and export your conversion report where you will see the number of downloads and orders for your apps. You can also compare your conversion report to your earnings report. Just switch between the two types of reports on the top left corner under the "Reporting". We disburse payments on a monthly basis for Amazon Apps sales. In the US, we pay using EFT and disburse funds when your balance due exceeds $10. For international developers, Amazon now allows international developers in a number of supported countries to receive electronic payments. Depending on your bank’s location, you may be eligible for either direct deposit or wire payments. If your bank’s location is not eligible for electronic payments, your payment for U.S. sales will be made by check in U.S. dollars. Provided your balance due exceeds our payment threshold, you will receive payment within 30 days after the end of the calendar month in which the sale occurred.
You did not exactly answer me. Yes,I can view total sales and amount but that is inclusive of what amazon takes and tax . How can I view my net pay as it stands? May be the other question is. Are there any countries that Amazon does not support payments to?
Hi Omeja, The points below provide an overview of how you should interpret your financial reports for a period: - Sales Report: This report is updated every two hours and displays all refunds associated with your apps, including those resulting from duplicated orders. Therefore, the refund amount shown will be overstated because it does not include the adjustment Amazon made to your account. - Earnings Report: Your earnings report also shows the total refunds associated with your apps, including those from duplicated orders. However, this report displays the adjustment that credits your account. - Payments Report: Your payments report shows your net earnings for the period, which includes the adjustment added back to your account. Amazon now allows international developers in a number of supported countries to receive electronic payments. Depending on your bank’s location, you may be eligible for either direct deposit or wire payments. If your bank’s location is not eligible for electronic payments, your payment will be made by check, one check per marketplace outside of the U.S., issued in the currency of the sale marketplace, except for checks for sales in Japan; Checks for sales in Japan will be issued in U.S. dollars. To determine if you are eligible for electronic payments, sign in to your Distribution Portal account and select your bank’s location from the “Where is your bank/financial institution?” drop-down menu. Based on this selection, if electronic payment is available, you will be prompted to choose between electronic payment or check, one payment per marketplace outside of the U.S. For electronic payments, the currency of your payment is determined by your bank’s location. Please consult with your financial institution to determine if there are any fees associated with receiving electronic payments. If you do not wish to be paid by electronic payment, you may choose to be paid by check in the currency of the Amazon marketplace in which your apps are sold, with the exception of the marketplace in Japan; Checks for sales in Japan will be issued in U.S. dollars. You will receive a separate check for each marketplace in which your apps are sold. The following thresholds must be met before Amazon issues a payment: • USD Direct Deposit: $10 • EU Direct Deposit: 10 Euros • EU Wire: 100 Euros or 100 GBP • UK Direct Deposit: 10 GBP • Swiss Francs Direct Deposit: $10, 10 Euros or 10 GBP • JP Direct Deposit: 1,000 JPY • JP Wire: 10,000 JPY • Check: $100, 100 Euros or 100 GBP Provided your balance due exceeds the payment threshold, we will remit payment approximately 30 days after the end of the calendar month in which the sale occurred. For example, we would remit payment for January sales beginning in March, which is 30 days after the end of January. If you have any further query please raise a ContactUs (
Hi Omeja, Thank you for writing back. I have replied to your query through email what is sent to your registered email id since this is a query specific to your app and we should not discuss it on public forum. Going forward if you have any further query which is specific to your app or developer account, please reach us through ContactUs (