Google Adsense payment

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  1. Triplet Mom profile image68
    Triplet Momposted 8 years ago

    I have been having a problem with google ad sense payments and I am not sure what to do about it.  My last payment was in April every month since then I have bypassed the $100 threshold and have not been paid. The message says that I will be paid next by July 31st unless I have any holds on my account.  I haven't changed anything on my google account and double checked everything.  I am not sure why all of a sudden they google would stop paying me.  Anyone out there have any suggestions as to what I should do?

    1. Lisa HW profile image65
      Lisa HWposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      If  you were paid toward the end of April that would have been because you had reached the hundred dollars by the end of March 31.    If you're account says you're scheduled for pay by the end of July that payment would be because you had a hundred dollars in earning by the end of June 30.  If you were paid in April your account would return to "start" and need to work back up to the next hundred dollars before you'd be paid again.  Maybe you already know that.

      For example, if you only had 90 in earning during May you wouldn't have been paid at the end of June.  If earned the additional 10 during June then you'd be paid by the end of July.

      I suggest you go to Ad Sense where it says "account" and make sure you have no holds (I believe they usually note it if there are holds anyway), but look at everything related to payment (like your bank account info, mailing address, that kind of thing) and look for whatever other settings/information are there within the payment details section in  your account.  (Unless you weren't clear about how the hundred dollar thing works, and were just mistaken that you should have been paid in May and June.

      If you set up direct deposit the your payment history will most likely show up "payment in progress" sometimes tomorrow, I think.  The trouble is that if you had a hold on  it and didn't get the hold off by the 15th you  wouldn't received your July payment either.  You'd have to take the hold off asap in order to have it removed before Aug 15 and be paid in August.

      (I wasn't sure  if you meant "bypassed" it each month after March or what, so I wasn't clear on that.  Please overlook if I offered information you already know.)  Another question is whether you're looking in the correct "earnings" column on your account.  What you would be receiving as your part of earnings is the column closest to your left-hand side.

      1. Triplet Mom profile image68
        Triplet Momposted 8 years agoin reply to this


        Thanks for your detailed response.  To clarify I had over $100 at the end March and was paid in April.  Then by the end of April I again had over $100 but was not paid in May so at the end of May my total had basically doubled so that I had more than enough to get paid in June which I did not.  I have no holds on my account and now its the end of July and the amount is tripled what I had at the end of May well over the threshold.  Hopefully I will get the July payment.

  2. Cagsil profile image80
    Cagsilposted 8 years ago

    I have made payout two out of the last three months. I received my first payment, and am due for my next one, very shortly.

    So, I cannot really say I have a problem, unless Google decides to not send me my money. So far, that has not been the case. smile

  3. Research Analyst profile image82
    Research Analystposted 8 years ago

    You may want to check out the google adsense help forums: … gn=adsense

    1. Triplet Mom profile image68
      Triplet Momposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks RA I will check it out

  4. Lisa HW profile image65
    Lisa HWposted 8 years ago

    I've been paid on time (or early in the case of some holidays) every month ever since my first payment 8 months or so after starting.  I've changed accounts for direct deposit a few times too, and as long as that's done before the 15th and the verification process goes through, there have no problems whatsoever.


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