Amazon charges for the number of clicks you receive on your ads. We charge you each time you accumulate a certain amount of click charges, which we refer to as the credit limit.
You are charged when:
You accumulate your first £1 worth of clicks.
You accumulate additional clicks that meet or exceed your credit limit. Your credit limit begins at £50 and increases each
time you reach your credit limit and you make a successful payment. From £50, it increases to £150, £200, £350, and finally, to £500.
You have a balance due for the previous month, regardless of your credit limit. You incur this charge on the third day of each month.
You may be charged more than once per month if you exceed your credit limit before the month
is over. If you do not exceed your credit limit, you are charged only once per month, the first week of the month
We automatically create an invoice each time we bill for clicks. Those invoices are available to you .
Occasionally, you might see an overlap in the invoice date. This is not because you are being charged twice for the same click. Invoice date
overlaps can occur for the following two reasons:
You will frequently see a same-date overlap when you reach your credit limit in the middle of the day and your invoice closes, then another
invoice is opened that same day and your credit limit is reset.
You might see an invoice date overlap of several days when clicks received prior to the invoice date are invalidated.