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I finally reached my first $100 last month on adsense. I just checked this morning and now it says the same thing it said last month but with the date changed. "you Google adsense earnings did reach $100....adsense earnings were $95.58...as of March 1st" or whatever. They were $106.67 as of March 1st. The $95.58 was as of February 1st. Is there a way to contact them? I did not see a "contact us" button. Thanks for any advice
Exactly the same thing has happened to me, first time made payout. Still says I have not and is quoting what I earned at end of January. I'm gonna leave it for now and see if it updates tomorrow.
I'm not an expert but that might work. Under Payments it has not been updated for February 2011 either, it shows January 2011 as the most recent month.
There's no error - it just takes time for the estimated earnings to be verified.
Depending on whether you're using the old or new interface it says they won't be available until 7th or 10th March (says right at the bottom of the payments page on the old interface and at the top on the new).
You just need to sit tight for a few days
Well, my payment issued on the 25 is still in progress but I can't get details because it says they are unavailable and check back later. I know my bank account hasn't received the payment which has possibly messed up my payment for telephone and Broadband due today. I went and paid in cash that should have been there from Google! it's a mess and I wish I had never accepted the new interface!
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