Do google normally pay a small deposit into your bank account to verify your account before paying?
Is it normal for google to ask you to verify your bank account: by google making a small deposit into your account and you filling in the amount they sent on your google account page? Sorry but I've only reached my first payment. Thank you inadvance
Yes, I do recall something like that. Not sure it was actually Google, but I remember being asked that question so I think it's legit.
I also remember them doing something similar. I think mine was around 75 cents. They didn't take it back out after the account was verified, but I think they may have deducted it from my first payout so they didn't pay it to me twice.
I can't answer specifically about Google, but I do know PayPal does that when you first sign up. My guess is Google does the same thing. It's a way to verify that you supplied them with the correct account number. If you make a typo and they can't deposit the money, they'll email you and ask you to check the account number you provided.
They sure do and PayPal does something similar, it's the easiest way to confirm that the account is setup correctly.
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