Did I miss May payout?
Has something changed with the payment threshold or is May's payout delayed for some reason? I didn't receive a payment this month, and I am over the $50 threshold.
I don't know if it is a good answer but I can read this on my page:
"Processing Delays - HubPages Ad Program
Due to technical processing delays, Ad Program earnings for May 30, 2013 are still pending. We will have the data updated as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience!"
I got paid on the 28th and that was 3 days ago. There must be some logical reason why your did not go through. Are you inclusing May's earnings in your calculations? If so then you will have to wait till the end of June. Once you go over $50 it takes another 30 days to get the pay-out.
I saw a couple of people posting in the forums, saying that their payment had been delayed. The thread is here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/113239
The best thing to do would be to email Hubpages and/or keep double checking your Paypal account.
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