Does HP auto pay when over 50.00?
My paypal is accepted and current and the tax section completed, isn't HP supposed to auto pay when balance is over 50.00 for several months?
You are paid the month following the month you reach $50. It's usually the 28th of the month.If you have been at $50 or over for some time you definitely need to contact HP to get it straight. There are contact links at the bottom of almost every page.
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