I usually get paid every other month from HP. This month I got a note that money was placed in my Paypal A/C, on or about Sept. 27th. That's fine, and I made a few more dollars in the last 3 or 4 days of Sept. But now on Oct. 1st, everything on my A/C says Zero. What happens to the dollars we make the last 3 days of the month? If they were not enough for a monthy payment, they don't seem to be carried over to be in the bimonthly payment. I should not have a Zero, I'm missing a few dollars each time.
AFAIK, any money that you were paid on September 28th was earned prior to the first of September. HubPages "holds" a month just like a regular employer usually holds a week. Your earnings should have included everything up to the last day of August. Your money for October first will say zero until the stats are updated.
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