I usually recieve payment from Hubpages by this date. This time around, however, I got an email from them where they stated "PayPal told us that our attempt to pay you failed. Please contact PayPal to find out why, or associate a different PayPal account." I've never faced any issue like this before. Has any of you ever run into this kind of problem? How am I supposed to resolve it? And if I do, will I be paid next month?
I think you should take the advice given by HP and contact PayPal. I have in the past, and they've always been very helpful.
I did. They didn't pick up the call, so I had to email them. Awaiting reply now.
They coudn't figure out why my payment was withheld. Maybe I need to contact Hubpages regarding the same?
I actually have two paypal accounts, one is my personal one and the other is a business one I set up for selling ebooks (which have made no money). At any rate, another paypal account might be an option if all else fails. Hopefully it gets resolved without having to go through that.
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