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Old 07-16-2011, 10:50 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by koland View Post

Once you've got the credit, you can go back and revoke access to your Twitter account, if you want. What if you don't have a Twitter account? Just set one up and use it just for the Amazon links (I've received several credits for music and video from Amazon and use a throw-away account for the link).
I'm really Twitter illiterate, and would appreciate guidance - do you revoke access by unfollowing Amazon, or is there somewhere on the Amazon site that you have to revoke the permission?

Thanks!

ETA - Never mind! I figured it out. For anyone else who's wondering, go to your "Applications" tab in your Twitter account settings to revoke Amazon access.

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