Has anyone else had their Google ads disabled pending entering a pin - yet never receive the pin?
That didn't happen, but I think I have two adsense accounts even though you are only supposed to have one and all I want is one, but I have two Google emails and one is connected to my Adsense and the other is connected to my Analytics and I cannot get them to be the same account for my Hubpages so I just live with it. I log out and log back in to see one or the other Google accounts.
So ridiculous. But it was such a pain to get it set up in the first place and I don't want t switch anything because it is so frickin complicated (for me anyway) and wtf I will just keep logging out and logging back in to see one or the other.
I can definitely understand that, Doodlehead! I just do not know why they would suddenly need a pin in the first place after my account being active for a year. Then to tell me my account is on hold until it is entered. I have requested it two or maybe three times, but I never receive it. It is mailed to your home and they have my correct information. I hope we can both find solutions!
I had the same thing happen to me. At some point you were sent a pin in the mail (snail mail) and this is the number used to keep your account activated. You will need to go into your adsense account and request a new one.
Thank you Robert but I have requested a new one two or perhaps three times in the last two months. They have my correct information, but I have yet to receive the pin in the mail.
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