Hello! I have a question. Can you somehow put your earnings program earnings on hold for 1 month? I mean, I have reached the $50 minimum and that should be paid on 28th Sept. The reason why I want to hold my payment is that my birthday is on October 28th and I thought it would be an amazing present for me. I am 100% sure that I won't be able to reach another $50 during Sept. Is it possible? Any help would be appreciated.
Your payment is sent to you via Pay Pal automatically. Just leave money in Pay Pa account until you want to take it out.
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