Amazon has reinstated their California affiliates – for now. But how long until they pull the plug again? Below is the email that they sent to all previous California associates – note how they complain that California “forced them to terminate their California Associates.”
Subject: Important Update for California Associates
From: Amazon.com Associates Program [email protected] to amitchell
As you may have heard, California Governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation repealing the law that had forced us to terminate our California Associates. We are pleased to invite all California Associates whose accounts were closed due to the prior legislation to re-enroll in the Associates Program.
If you haven’t already re-enrolled, please click here:
When asked to sign in, please use the same email address and password that were previously associated with your Associates account. To make your return to the Program as seamless as possible, when you re-enroll, your account settings (login, Associates ID, payment information, etc.) will be the same as they were previously.
For further information about re-enrollment, please click here:
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The Amazon Associates Team
So who here has lost more credibility? The California Legislature, or Amazon?
Will you put any of your financial affiliate eggs in the Amazon basket again?