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I have no idea about the technicalities of this, but I'd like to suggest it.
Would it be possible for users to combine Paypal payments from multiple accounts? The way I see it, this should end up with less fees for Hubpages.
I have an old account which makes about $2 a month with no featured hubs but a stack of referrals. I have a few others which make payout every 3-4 months. This account makes payout each month easily. So I would love if there was a feature to combine them all!
You can use the same Paypal account for multiple accounts, but it sounds like you may already be doing this
Each account still needs to meet the payout before the payment is issued.
So you can either write all of your Hubs under one account and have them all contribute to one payment threshold, or spread them out among different accounts and have to wait for each to reach payout.
I will bring this up in our next community meeting.
I don't get how to do the referral, can you give me a informative reply with how to do this? Thank you
We discussed this in our community meeting and have decided not to implement this feature.
Is there any small fee you have to pay to PayPal for them transferring the money to your account? Because on other writing sites there is. How much is the fee?
There is no fee to transfer paypal funds into your checking account, and HP covers the cost of receiving monies into the paypal account.
So the service is free to you.
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