I'm planning to create another, is it allowed or I have to use a relative's name, if i can create another account on my name, am I allowed to sign up for a new account under my referral Id?
I hope to get a reply soon.
I suppose you could do it under your own name, of course with a different username.
Unless you mean applying for an Adsense account, then no. You can use the same Adsense account, you don't try and get another one.
I did read here at the forum where someone from HubPages HQ said that we are not to sign up additional accounts under your own referral ID's.
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