If I set up a second profile what if any of my earnings would merge? Ie I know google Adsense would be one acct still because I can only ever have one id but are HP earnings separate per profile? Each having to reach a threshold prior to cashing out?
Unfortunately, each profile is separate.
Of course, while this is totally against our interests, it is entirely to HP's benefit to keep our profiles separate. Since each profile alone will take much longer to cash out, it means our earning stay far longer in HP's bank account and earn money in interest payments for HP rather than benefitting us.
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