I had two Hubpage accounts after Squidoo was added here. One has never done well, I have removed all but one hub and I wish to close out this account.
My question is: can I transfer the remaining monies to my remaining account? Otherwise it would take probably two years or more to reach payout threshold.
Thanks for any information.
I would love it if we were able to do this but unless they have changed things I don't think that is an option.
And while there never used to be an expiration on earnings, HubPages might now claim petty amounts after a pre-determined amount of account inactivity.
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