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    Thumbs up Thank you SAS from your Canadian Affiliates!!
    Just Got this from SAS:

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    Overseas affiliates, you asked, we answered! International direct deposit is now a free service for affiliates based in Europe, Australia, the UK and Canada. Starting with the pay cycle for June 20th, there will be no additional fee for you to receive your commissions.



    Well I asked for this several times and happy to see it come true.

    Thank you from your neighbors up north!!
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    And hey!! You read the newsletter!!! Thank you!!!!

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    I'm thrilled to see this as well. I reluctantly switched from check to datafeed because the delay in receiving paper check + 30 day hold at the bank was more painful than the fee. (And even though I have a U.S. based bank account, because I'm a Canadian affiliate, I couldn't have it direct deposited to that account, AFAICS)

    SO glad SAS made this change!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennick View Post
    I'm thrilled to see this as well. I reluctantly switched from check to datafeed because the delay in receiving paper check + 30 day hold at the bank was more painful than the fee. (And even though I have a U.S. based bank account, because I'm a Canadian affiliate, I couldn't have it direct deposited to that account, AFAICS)

    SO glad SAS made this change!
    SAS is so technologically advanced. I didn't know it was possible to use a datafeed instead of ACH. Next step will be to FTP directly my balance to my bank account. No more wait.

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    Is the deposit in U.S. funds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeus View Post
    SAS is so technologically advanced. I didn't know it was possible to use a datafeed instead of ACH. Next step will be to FTP directly my balance to my bank account. No more wait.


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    I'm really happy to see Switzerland is now on the list too ... time for me to get back to work without worrying that cheques will go missing in the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janew View Post
    Is the deposit in U.S. funds?
    Your bank should convert it to the currency of your bank account. My account is in Canadian funds so all of my deposts get converted to Canadian dollors. Then that makes it easy for taxes since I use the depost amount as shown by my bank statment as the income from the given network for the month.
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