My HubPages Earnings Program have show some funds , can anyone tell me what is the amount we reach in order to be able to withdraw out ? Where can we add a paypal account to allow the funds to be deposited? or was it only in cheque form ? Pls advise if anyone have the answer thank you.
Hubpages will pay you once you reach 50 dollars (or at the end of the month that you reach the threshold) and they transfer the money straight into your Paypal account, I believe. I haven't actually been paid yet, but I'm mighty close.
thanks for replying me but may i know where can i add in my paypal account ? or was it by cheque once we reach 50 dollars ?
Keep me posted how they actually pay you , once you have been paid by hubpages thank you.
You should add your paypal account as soon as you use Hubpages Ad.
They only pay via paypal. SO go to your account page then earnings and add the account.
Paypal and only paypal, so to your profile and add an email address attached to a paypal account.
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