What date does the Hubpages ad program pay approximately? I reached payout in April, and checked my paypal, but have not received payment yet. I think I recall someone saying they were paid on the 20th or 21st.
It was the 20th for me, but I'm thinking that now as the "waves" of people signed up went along; there might be the chance it won't arrive that early. With something this new, I'm not going by that one month. (I'd like to see it show up before the end of the world, or whatever is supposed to be happening, on the Saturday. )
(Oops. After I posted this, and did a few other things, I went to my e.mail. Apparently, it's the 20th this month too. ) (I'm still not automatically assuming that's necessarily written in granite yet, though.)
What happens when you have multiple accounts? Are they all combined or each ID is paid out separately when you reach your threshold?
Yes, I got my first payment today as well. Now if I can just remember how to get it out of paypal!
I think you can do it three ways. Check, transfer to bank, and a paypal card or something.
I've used the transfer before, selling on eBay. It's just been a while. Shoot, it took me an hour or more to log in to set up for HPads as I had forgotten name, password, everything!
You may want to get the "trusty" PayPal debit card. Your account has to be a "business" or "premier" account (or something), and there are some extremely minor charges involved; but I love it.
Also, I happened to discover that there's a "Green Dot" Visa (there's a bunch of different kinds of Green Dot cards), and one is specifically aimed at getting money to and from Pay Pal. I don't know more about it, but I did see that when I was looking through some of gift cards etc. at CVS.
I don't really know what kind of account I have; I've had it ever since paypal got popular on eBay. No problem, though - I looked and can just transfer it directly to my bank account.
@Lisa HW ,Wait you mean you can not normally request a paypal debit card?
It was awhile ago when I signed up, but there was a basic account that was free and apparently the kind a lot of people have for Internet shopping, etc. Then there was a "premier" or "business" account. I haven't looked lately, but at the time I'd first signed up for shopping reasons and had a basic account. They offered the debit card with the "business" account. Since I'd started being paid by one writing site or another I decided to go with the business/premier account and get the debit card. The minor fees associated with some of the PayPal transactions are really minor. There's no charge for using the debit card with purchases.
Maybe they've since changed and now offer the card to everyone. That's not how it was when I signed up for the card a couple of years ago.
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