I know payment date is the 28th of each month but I wondered if staff may consider sending our payments earlier.
It takes two days from Paypal to get to my bank account. I would really like to get paid before Christmas and I am sure other hubbers would appreciate it as well. Is it at all possible to send payments on the 21st or 22nd?
Have you ever looked at the graphic that shows how the processing cycle works? A big part of it hinges on when HubPages gets paid by the advertisers, which is something that can't be changed.
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