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Hi all,

I've been selling on Amazon with a legit account for around a year on and off.

I've recently turned it up a notch and have been selling at a slightly higher level over the past 2-3 weeks.

All payments have been on a 7 day hold after the estimated delivery date.

I currently have 620 that has all passed the 7 day hold and is scheduled to initiate on 12th September.

I've noticed the "Request transfer now" button which is looking really tempting however I'm wondering whether there is any risk involved pressing this button?

I can't think of any however i'm just really cautious as whenever I do things too quickly it usually goes badly (eBay).

Thanks!
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Default Re: Any consequences of "Request transfer now"?

no harm pressing it, maybe your account on each day payout,
worst will happen this will move your payout date
go for it
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Thanks for the reply.

What do you mean by "maybe your account on each day payout"
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Default Re: Any consequences of "Request transfer now"?

If you want to avoid any type of potential review, don't click it and let things flow as they have been going.

If you absolutely need the funds and accept a small risk of review, by all means click it

I personally don't like to rock the boat.
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I press it every 2 days without any consequences on almost all my accounts except the fresh ones.
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Default Re: Any consequences of "Request transfer now"?

I just did it everyday during the last week and I was so confused about its functionality that I even contacted the seller support.

The result is, this button will reset your automatic disbursement date to be 7 days after you have pressed it. So please dont press it. My payment has been delayed by a week now.
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I just did it everyday during the last week and I was so confused about its functionality that I even contacted the seller support.

The result is, this button will reset your automatic disbursement date to be 7 days after you have pressed it. So please dont press it. My payment has been delayed by a week now.
that's because your funds weren't available for disbursement when you clicked it.
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that's because your funds weren't available for disbursement when you clicked it.
It was initially scheduled to be Aug 26th. But I clicked it everyday until yesterday and now it is Sep 2.
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never happened to me, however it will only cash out the amount of $$ that is available for disbursement AT the time you click the button. So if it says in 2 weeks you'll receive 200 bucks, but at the time you click the button the 200 bucks aren't available (e.g. still on hold) you'll get a 0 disbursement and the next payout date will be set to 2 weeks later.
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Me personally, no rush on anything. Slow and steady wins the race. Just let it be
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I wish we still had that in the USA, but no, I have to wait 2 full weeks every single time before I can get paid. Not like the old days when I could do it every day if I wanted.
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Me personally, no rush on anything. Slow and steady wins the race. Just let it be
That depends on how much $$$ u have in the account. Since amazon is extremely arbitrary in banning, limiting or restricting accounts the question is how much do you want to leave in the account. Personally I hit that button!

I won't let it look like I wanna get all the cash out after every sale... So yeah,. slow and steady... I'll hit that button once a week first and then after a month or 2 twice a week and so on.

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