I have earned a few dollars with hubpages, how can I get them to send the money to me?
Is there a specific amount of money you have to earn before they can send you a check? Please explain as much as you can about this subject.
You need to earn $50 to hit payout with HP Ads, and then you get paid at the end of the following month into either a Paypal account or into your bank account depending on if your payout is from HP Ads or Adsense (Adsense is $100). Everything you need to know is in the help section : http://hubpages.com/faq/#
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by jesimpki5 years ago
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by Sondra Rochelle10 days ago
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by Jason Seale22 months ago
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by Seth Winter6 years ago
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by tnvrstar6 years ago
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by Baileybear6 years ago
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