I have looked for the answer to this but can't see it and am wondering when I will get paid because I have over $60 balance for my earning so far and need the money. Do I have to do something to request a payment? If so I cannot see how to do this. I submitted my paypal account and assumed it was automatic.
Bard, I don't think they've ever really said when. Most places pay anywhere between the 7th and the 27th of the month. With this being HP's first month of mass payouts, I would think it would be closer to the latter.
I read in one thread someone said they got paid as a testee on the 1st of March for January earnings
I am doing well so far and I only activated it Sunday, must get $35 in 3 weeks, very possible! My earnings usually update at 2pm everyday but seem to be pending today, could be a weekend thing
Hope you're not too desperate for the money as we've still got about a 3 week wait until the next one.
Thanks for explaining, Darkside! This means that this is some money I cannot count on to pay my bills then! My Adsense earnings are way down and no longer cover my phone and Internet so I was hoping this would instead.
Everything in the internet works at the speed of light accept for payments, of course.
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