I clicked the signup for Adsense and hit submit when I shouldn't have. I noticed afterward that my e-mail addressed associated with the account had a typo in it so I believe the e-mail addressed used for sign up doesn't actually exist. How big of an issue is that going to be and what should I do?
check with the Google help section to be sure on that one. if you have to resign up, you may need a new username and everything. check this link for help
http://www.google.com/support/accounts/ … opic=14123
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