Oh, happy day! My Google Adsense account has reached the earnings threshold to verify my account information and set up payment details/tax information/PIN number, etc.
I hope my earnings keep up the pace- I would be SO happy to see a check deposited to my account!!!
Excellent news, well done - hope it just keeps rolling in for you now.
Congratulations leah, when I reached the threshold it made me think that Adsense thought I was going to earn more so it was a great pat in the back.
by Marina4 years ago
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by EmpressFelicity5 years ago
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by Helen Laxner7 months ago
I know I reached my second 50.00 threshold in May but my earnings aren't showing up in my paypal account. What do I do to get someone to look into it?
by virodrig3 years ago
I would like t know how I go about getting the money for my remaining balance and close my account. When I went to close my account it stated that the money I have left in my account is subject to forfeit. Why is this?...
by Elayne2 years ago
I was up to 95.16 on my adsense and then all of a sudden it stopped, but I don't remember making any changes - Since it is so close to the threshold, can someone please check my account to see why it is not registering...
by Renee S6 years ago
I keep checking and it seems like it's taking forever to reach my first $100 check!!!! Aaaaahhhhh!!!! I can't wait. Then I'll have to start from scratch again. I guess that's how it works.
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