In December I had my 1st earning month that exceeded the minimum limit.
The majority of that came from E-bay.
I was expecting payment following the 28th of December, but have not seen anything hit my registered paypal account as of yet. Should I be concerned that something is not set up correctly, or is this normal?
As @ChristinS mentioned, HubPages pays out revenue around the 28th of the month for the previous month's earnings
The payment threshold is $50.
You can see your account balance history here.
If you hit the threshold in december you get paid at the end of January. It's the following month that payment is released to you.
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