I know that when you reach the threshold $50 you should get paid around the 28th of the month for the previous month's earnings through your paypal account. I didnt get any payment for my Oct because it was just around $14 so I was expecting it to roll over into my Nov earnings. I earned around $60.48 in November so im expecting $74 in my Paypal account on Dec 28th but until now I cant see any payment from Hubpages. I connected my paypal account and I have checked my payment settings for the nth time but I coudnt find anything I might have missed or forget to do. Could someone help me with this?
Thank you in advance.
That's actually what I stopped by the forums for. I was anticipating a payout . . . I thought perhaps I was mistaken about the threshold. Obviously won't break me, but I'm very curious . . .
If your earnings including the HP Amazon and eBay commissions, there is a longer delay before receiving these:
So, if you had $50 earned just from the HP (AdSense) Ad Program by November 30th, you would have received the payment on December 28th.
Thank you for that! I totally forgot about Amazon payment system. The bulk of my earning was from Amazon. It makes sense now.
Yes, thank you. I was right at the edge. So, the Amazon may have just been enough to keep me from the payout.
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