Why is my paypal acccount empty when I have earnings and payments according to HubPages?
Are you sure you have payments or is it just earnings? If payments has it been a day (to allow paypal to post it)?
It will show up near the end of the month, just like google.
Note: Must have $50+ accrued by end of last month.
So if I don't make $50 in a month I don't get paid? And google isn't paying into my paypal account either and I use adsense. Any sughestions?
It keeps accumulating until you reach $50 and then you get paid what you have earned up to then.
Wow JT, I am really impressed.
Here only tow months with enough earnings for HP to make payments. How do you do it.
I am here six months and have not earned enough to get payments yet.
I don't know if I have earned enough to get a payment but I am checking my payment history and Hubpages is reporting it is paying and there is no posting on my paypal account.
Are you positive HP is reporting payments (it is the wrong time of the month for that)? Or are they reporting earnings? There is a difference.
HP will hold your earnings until you have earned $50. Towards the end of the next month (typically around the 25th or so) they will pay it into your paypal account. Not until then will it be listed as a payment.
For you to have a payment this month it would mean that you had accumulated that $50 in your first two months, and in well under 10,000 total views - this would be extremely unusual.
HP has reported Earnings and i n the history of payment they have reported payment. If this is a technical error on my behalf I appreciate the clarification.
No I have accumulated $50 dollars yet and I am under 10,000 views but not that far under. I have over 7,000 views now.
Thnaks for the clarification.
If we're talking about the same thing, the payment history has three columns;
one for earnings, where this months earnings are listed.
one for payment where any payments are shown in parenthesis
one for balance.
If you have not yet accumulated $50 yet there should not be any figure in the payments column. If there is you might contact HP and see what the glitch is.
On the other hand, you might have gotten to $50 without seeing it in the balance column. My first month, reported on the first line of the report, was $35. The second line showed a balance of $35. The third line showed earnings of $30 for the second month and the fourth line showed $65 in the payment column. It never showed the balance of $65.
The payout from HP ads is 50. You don't receive anything until you make that amount. With Adsense it is 100. Same thing with their payouts. A note though, I was unaware that adsense pays into paypal. I thought they only sent checks.
Edit: Adsense doesn't pay until the first of the month after the month that you hit payout. I believe hp ads is the first of the next month. Don't quote me on either though.
I've been paid twice so it is legit And if you made payout last month you will most likely get paid tomorrow, it's usually around the 20th of the month.
Then what you are reading is your earnings, not your payments. HP keeps a running total of earnings each day. They do not pay everyday you have earnings-or there would be thousands of 3 cent pay checks going into pay pal everyday. Earnings are not the same as payments.
Hi Wilderness and Others,
Thank you so much. You are all right I have earnings but not payments. I am not to $50 yet
Thank all of you.
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