I had more than $50 at the end of January 2014, but I still did not received payment yet. I have linked my Paypal account correctly and did not see any transaction from Hubpages. When can I expect it? Is there something I am doing wrong? Please help.
The answers to most Hubpages questions can be found in the FAQs. I suggest you read this one:
in which you will find:
"Payments will be disbursed around the 28th of the month for the previous month's earnings."
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