Please help! I know that I do NOT have an existing AdSense account, yet when I go to create one, I am constantly told that I do. This is very frustrating and not at all a good look to a brand new hubber.
I had a similar problem. It turned out that my wife opened one through some scam outfit selling webpages or something several years ago using my email. I got the mess straightened out finally by requesting sign in codes for that email and changing the information to me and to HP.
A hassle, but finally did get it done.
Sounds like something you should contact google about.
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