Hey Everyone, my account reached $50 for the first time and I understand that Hubpages sends the payment on the 28th of the month, which was last month for me. I still have not received the payment in my Paypal account.
Can someone please tell me how the payment works other than what I mentioned above?
if your account reached the 50 USD threshold last month, then you will receive the payment this 28th or 29th
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