I am about $2 away from my first payout at Hubpages ad program. When can I switch off the program without any risk of losing my earnings. I want to see how adsense does without the ad program. Can I switch it off:
1) Just after reaching $50
2) At the end of the month after reaching $50
3) After receiving my payment in paypal?
You can switch it off right now without losing anything. The kicker is that you won't be paid until you turn it back on for long enough to get that last $2.
I'm guessing at what you're trying to do, but would probably suggest you wait until you get that (confirmed) $2 and turn it off. I wouldn't shut it down with earnings of 2.00* (unconfirmed). You won't lose, but would have to turn it back on for a day or two, then back off, and HP doesn't like us to repeatedly fool with it. Test it out, yes, but not on or off each day!
As Wilderness says, you can turn it off any time and there's no risk of losing anything. The money will just sit there until you turn it back on.
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