A few years ago, I was told by Paypal that they were permenantly deleting my account for reasons they would not disclosee without a subpoena. Should I just cancel my HP account or are there other ways to be paid?
set up another paypal account using a different e-mail - it's quite common and easy to do.....
That's kind of scary. A person should have an explanation from PayPal for something like that. The reason being to ensure there is no misunderstandings, miscommunications, mistakes, unknown malware or outside hacker involvement, and to hear whatever you have to say regarding the issue (you might even unknowing have information that could somehow be of help to them).
As to your question, without PayPal, HP is pretty much a locked door. There might be some following posts here regarding Amazon; you'll have to make your own conclusions on that.
Update. I forgot about using straight AdSense. Though usually not very profitable for most, one can at least maybe earn something.
Update #2. You mentioned it's been a few years. A lot may have happened since then. Maybe talk with them again?
In order to have earnings turn up at PayPal you have to write articles and get them published. Your profile says you've been here seven years but have not written a single article. It seems your difficulties with PayPal are purely academic.
Yeah. Given that, I don't understand the question.
Maybe I created an account seven years ago, never did anything with it, and just decided to look back into it? Maybe I wanted to ask a question before doing so? Maybe you should spend more time writing your own articles and...idk, maybe minding your own business if you don't plan on offering useful advice.
You asked a question. I offered an answer. In future, I will mind my own business as you so tactfully suggest.
Hmm. Perhaps there is a slightly different definition of "goodly amount" in Welsh Wales to the one extant in the Dominion of Canada. Tee hee, he says because he doesn't know how to insert emoticons.
Any money is 'goodly' in Wales. There's so little of it.
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Even better, click on 'formatting' and scroll down
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