Google Adsense keep telling me that my account is unverified, but I cannot see any means by which I can do this. Many months ago I went throught the process of setting up the account, receiving a token payment, and confirming its receipt.
However, it would appear that this confirmation was never received, and all the details have long since been lost. I cannot repeat the process from scratch, because the system detects that I am entering duplicate information.
Any advice, please?
Just bumping this thread up because I have no idea of the answer to this question, and it needs one! Can anybody help?
Wasn't there a thing a few months back where we all got sent a postcard in the mail?
Yes, you're right, Jenny - I'd forgotten that.
Once you've been a member for a certain length of time (or perhaps it's once you reach a certain dollar amount, I'm not sure), they send you a postcard. You have to enter the code from the postcard to verify your account.
It's a good idea - I suppose it's checking that you're a real person! Indexer, maybe you should check the address you have listed on your Adsense account to make sure it's correct.
Yes, I remember the "postcard", to which I replied, and my other details are correct. I have also had a lot Spam purporting to come from Adsense but not so.
What I would really like is an email address to write to so that I can sort this out, but I haven't found one yet!
I had to do that this week and I had to enter my phone number and they called me with a pin code to enter - is there anything like that on your adsense account (I'm in the UK so maybe this is an alternative to the postcard).
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