Just wanted to let peeps know that Adsense have approved payments now, bit later than last month.
Same here - like you said, it is a bit late.
same here, too.
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Say what you will about AdSense, they do pay, sometimes it seems like it takes awhile to get your check, but they are as good as any other ad network out there IMHO. Now let's get ready to cash and spend those checks
It's not late unless it's after the 30th. There for even this one is early, over a week early.
I just wish they introduce wire transfer because international publishers need long time to get their checks and a month to 45 days to clear them.
How I see it, I don't worry if my payments are slighly late as I'm just glad that this program started an is still existing on the Web.Originally Posted by Qwest
Also, just because Google pays use our Adsense earnings it doesn't mean that they are not human. They are just like any other poeple out there are things do get delayed sometimes.
Anyway payments have been going out like clockwork as they have followed their TOS so far as I can see. I have not had a payment late yet.
I'm pretty sure that they said it was something they were working on in the last email update they sent out. Could be wrong though. Can't be bothered to checkOriginally Posted by EP-Webmaster
I had a payment approved on October 6th and I still have not received the check. Is this normal?
No Need to worry, They mail checks 2-10 days after that date.Originally Posted by tabula_rasa
I sent them a request like a year ago and they said that they are working on it. I didn't read anything about it in their mails though.Originally Posted by Chromate222
It kind of fluctuates for me. I got approved on the 17th one month, then the 22nd the next. Then it can be 10 days before they mail it.
Not complaining though. Right now Adsense is the only ad network I use or trust. Just wish they'd move to wire transfers or some other automated process. I'm guessing part of the problem is that this thing has grown faster than they anticipated. They probably don't have enough people to handle te demand of this program. And since hiring new bodies to lighten the workload cuts into a company's bottom line it's usually the last decision to be made.