Anyone got the February invoice?
I haven't received January or February's invoice. It seems there are big problems. There have been a few updates saying they are working on the problems but I for one am losing confidence in getting paid for quite some time.
January's payment will be sent out at the end of February.
I believe there are some issues. November was my first month with Nokia Store and the 100€ threshold was exceeded. This far I have received only one payment on 22.12.2011. I guess that payment was for November earnings even though the numbers don't quite match the online estimated revenue for November. The invoice doesn't tell the time period it covers. Since November I have exceeded the 100€ threshold every month but received only one payment this far. I think I'm definitely missing some payments or could some explain what's happening with my case?
Estimated revenue is not the same as actual revenue. Invoices sent only if you exceed 100 euro on ACTUAL revenue. IF you had actual revenue in November above 100 euro it doesn't mean that next month story will repeat Actual revenue is quite unstable in accumulating because depends on how many purchases where done using credit card (month to clear and receive payment by Nokia) or through operator billing (up to 6 months of delay). That's also explains why your estimated revenue didn't match with actual payment you've received.
So, may be you were lucky in November
As I wrote already before, I have exceeded the 100€ threshold every month since joining. And not by few euros but instead well over the limit. Of course what I don't know is the payment method that could be the reason behind my missing payments.
Well, I had over 600 euro estimated and below 100 actual and that was similar for many developers as well.
Someone suggested to use divider 5 to get from estimated to actual
I have received my invoice today, so it seems that there is no problem here. Thanks for your clarification, Andrew!
I received the invoice later on today too. Thanks for giving the example of using divider 5 to estimate the actual revenue. That might give better baseline for the actual payment.
This is true. It depends entirely the ratio between the operator payments versus the credit card portion. If most of your revenue consist of operator payments, you will likely see a larger discrepancy between the numbers.