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AffiliateFuture pays twice a month; on the 7th and  the 21st of the month.  Should the 21st fall on a weekend than the payment run will be on the previous working day.  e.g. 21st is a Saturday, payments will be actioned on Friday 20th. Affiliate Future ...
Please note that we don't have access to your FINANCIAL DETAILS page for security reason, and for this reason are not able to verify or amend your current bank detail. We can reset your financial log in password upon request and send to your registered ...
We pay our publishers by bank transfer. After your publisher account balance has dropped, it will normally take 3-5 working days for the amount to be credited to your bank account. Please ensure that your bank account details are entered fully and corre...
This could be a number of reasons: 1. Affiliate Future operates on a post-payment method. This means we only pay publisher commissions AFTER we have received payment from the end advertiser. If the advertiser operates on a 'credit account' this may mean...
No, our system automatically generates monthly invoices for you. To view your invoices, click on Finance and then click on Invoices, where you will see a list of all your statements. To access an individual invoice, simply click on View.
UK publishers must have accumulated a minimum of £20 of paid commission to be included in the payment run. International publishers must have a minimum of £100 of paid commission to be included in the payment run.
Your bank details are completely secure. They are taken on a secure webpage and are then encrypted before being stored on our database.
We advise you to click on the none-UK account and then press the update button. You should then receive an email saying that your finance details have been changed. You need to create different log in details to access and update your Financial Details ...
Post Payment is the term used to describe our payment policy for publishers. Post Payment means we only pay you publisher commissions due when we have recieved full and final payment from the advertiser for your activity.
  If you are not based in the UK, we make payments via GB £ cheques or wire transfer. In the case of cheque payments, you need to complete the 'Account Name' as this is who the cheque is payable to in the publisher interface. If you wish to be paid via ...
You need to create different log in details to access and update your Financial Details page in order to ensure maximum security. To do it, please follow these steps: Step 1 Go to http://af.affiliates.affiliatefuture.com/ [http://af.affiliates.affiliate...
...because we operate on a post payment system. The invoice raised on or around the last day of a month reflects the amount of activity that you have generated during that particular calander month. The payment you recieve on the 8th of the month is m...
Affiliate Future doesn't process payments via PAYPAL accounts. Should you need any help with payments please raise a support ticket [http://www.affiliatefuturesupport.co.uk/default_import/Tickets/Submit] and a dedicated member of staff will be happy to lo...
Affiliate Future generates monthly invoices on behalf of all publishers to the advertisers, who are given 30 days to settle them. A payment dedicated FAQ page [http://www.affiliatefuturesupport.co.uk/default_import/Knowledgebase/List/Index/2/payment-fa...
There are two likely reasons for this: 1. Your bank details might be entered incorrectly. 2. We have not received sufficient funds from the advertisers to place you above the payment threshold. For more details please raise a support ticket.
Payment files are processed on the 15th of every month, please ensure that your Financial Details are filled out before this date. You will have seporate login details for this section, if you do not have these details please raise a SUPPORT TICKET [HTTP:...
It is sufficient as long as you do not live in Pakistan, residents in Pakistan require an IBAN number in order for their banks to accept the transfer.
Depending on your bank processes overseas transfers can take up to a month to reach your bank account. The UK based banks normally require 3- 5 working days to process Bank Transfer payments. If you don't receive your money within the expected time f...
The Bank Routing Number is used in the United States, while IBAN is used in 28 other countries. The other difference is that the Routing Number specifies only the bank of the account. This number usually precedes the account number. IBAN (International ...