How to withdraw money from hubpages?
I am very new here and PayPal payment method is not supported in my country. I can not join the e-bay program for PayPal. Though I am writing here but I don't how can I withdraw money from it. Do you have any good suggestion for me?
Please raise this question in the forum. More knowledgeable people are there, who can easily answer this question. Hope you will do so.
The only way to make money here is through Paypal. There is no other form of payment. Hubpages uses Paypal exclusively and Paypal only.
Sorry Brother. There is no other option here.. HP only Pays through paypal. But you can try to withdraw via a (highly trusted) relation or someone similar who has paypal withdraw option in another country. (Only told this since there is no any other way - not recommended and risk is all yours.)
sorry , hubpages support paypal only for the payment.I am a Indian writer and I created paypal account as described in the hub http://icv.hubpages.com/hub/PAYPAL-ACCO … REDIT-CARD
HP should follow another payment method,because paypal does not accept all country.
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