I had and deleted an account http://isaacnunoofio.hubpages.com about ten years ago.
I opened and linked an account http://Papeeebooks.hubpages.com to Adsense.
I tried to check my Adsense earnings today and I have been blocked because, apparently, it is the old account http://isaacnunoofio.hubpages.com which seems to be linked to the Adsense.
Please rectify this technical issue for me.
It doesn't matter any more because HubPages no longer requires an Adsense account.
It seems they are closing the AdSense association wef 29th January. You can find more about it in the help centre.
Thanks for your answer. But where exactly in the help center? I've tried searching and found nothing.
I don't think the Help section has been updated to account for the changes yet. You may find the thread in the link below useful if you haven't already seen it. It discusses the upcoming changes in the earnings program.
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 … rms-of-use
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