When I signed up fpr Google Adsense through HubPages I accidentally used an email address that doesn't exist. How can I get the pending account off of HubPages and start new with my correct email? Ant help will be greatly appreciated.
If the email account doesn't exist the your application will obviously be rejected. But for the pending application right now you cannot do anything.
If the email account does not exist why not create one by that username unless of course the mistake is in username and not in the part after @
Why not you shoot a mail to adsense helpdesk support and ask them about this mistake.they make consider it.
I just emailed HubPages through the contact us link and asked them to remove the pending Adsense account and then I reapplied for it using the correct email.
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