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Google Adsense PIN A Complete Walkthrough. Is Google interested in paying you? There is no reason to use the postal service for this step at all.
By Admin (from 04/04/2011 @ 15:00:40, in en - Global Observatory, read 4391 times)

NOT RECEIVING THE PIN CODE (Google Adsense )


The problem is that i am not receving the pincode at my home address , even i have send the scan Telephone bill of my home which clearly shows the home address.Please help and guid me in proper way. thanks --- comment by: Faisal grapix

I don't understand why they don't just sent the PIN by email like every OTHER company sends it's validation info. They could even validate by phone.. and then shoot and email back and forth to the account holder while you are on the phone as a "double check." There is no reason to use the postal service for this step at all. It is like they are making it difficult on purpose for people. It would make sense as every dollar they retain for as long as possible makes them more money in interest. It adds up. They obviously set up the system this way for a reason. --- comment by: SCopening

I not only requested a new PIN many times.... I send in my UTILITY BILL over 5 times. I also flew to California and talked to some Google people at a trade show and told them my issue. They got on their internal email and send in a request for me. THEN I FINALLY got an email saying my account was OK.

Of course... I'm not holding my breath on whether that means they will ever mail me the money they owe me. It took NINE months just to get this far. And... since the PIN they were supposed to mail never showed up... I'm not thinking it looks too good for a check.

Of course... they took MY money every month on the AdWords side.

The strange thing is. My account was making money... which meant THEY were making money. Also... my ads were placed within a business networking organizations web site... a market of mostly business OWNERS... which you would think would be a highly desirable target demographic.

Of course I pulled all their ads off my site when I never got paid, and replaced them with ads from other ad sharing services... who paid me RIGHT AWAY. --- comment by SueCopening

Source: google.com/support/forum/

Hi,

We're happy to let you know that we've manually overridden your PIN
requirement. Your account information is now confirmed and you won't be
required to enter another PIN for this account in the future.

Sincerely,

The Google AdSense Team

--- ... ---

Thank you.
I tried to choose the Form of Payment from the menu for Western Union but
recieved this messagge: We've noticed that the state code listed in your
billing address does not match any of the official Mexican state codes
accepted by Western Union.
The problem is that the country is Romania and on the Payee Information page
it is clearly stated that the Postal Code is 700xxx for Iasi in Romania in
Europe.
Any advice?

Cordiali Saluti, / Best Regards,
xxxx xxxxxx - client Google AdSense

TO BE CONTINUED ...

Hi,

Thanks for emailing about this. That was a bug in our system that was
resolved recently. Would you mind trying again?
If the problem persists,
please let me know so I can pass that information along to the people
working to fix it.

Sincerely,

The Google AdSense Team

...---...

Sorry, but I tried to choose again the Form of Payment from the menu for
Western Union but
recieved this same messagge:
We've noticed that the state code listed in your
billing address does not match any of the official Mexican state codes
accepted by Western Union.
In the Payee Information page
it is clearly stated that the
Postal Code is in Romania in
Europe.
Waiting to fix the bug.
xxxx xxxxxx - client Google AdSense

 


 

Source: binaryturf.com

Google Adsense PIN

One of my friends just received their Adsense PIN. He came straight to me and I walked him through the entire process. During this I had my camera around and made some pictures. I noted some distinct features of the mail; it’s difficult for me to remember how it looked at the time I received mine but here it is for you to see.

The friend had been sent two PINs earlier which never reached him (which is understandable in the age of IM communication and Skype). The pics are not to good, we were on shaky grounds too eager to open it up and validate the account.

front Google Adsense PIN  A Complete Walkthrough

Front

Here is how it looks as seen from the front. The text “Important Account Information Enclosed” may confuse and illude the postman into believing as if this thing carries something of high value. But the catch is it’s not even a paper-weight if it reaches the wrong person.

Rear

Rear

Here’s the other side. Note the cellophane tape at the sides; I had to tilt and twist the camera to catch the reflection and highlight it. This tape secures it on the three sides. Read further to know why. The top side is just a fold.

Side

Side

This is intelligent. You can’t actually call it an envelope, it’s more of a folded postcard. Just in case the words on the front got anyone excited and eager to keep the thing, they can peep in and take a look – nada – only some text there.

Inside

Inside

Once you are done shooting, cut through the tape and flip open the card. This is how it looks inside.

Next Steps – Entering the Adsense PIN

You must now login to your adsense account. You’ll see the following screen (relevant areas are highlighted).

Click on the

Click on the "More Details" link

Your payments will be on hold and that the reason you’ve been sent this PIN – to enter it into your Adsense account and validate it. The “payments on hold” notice is accompanied by the “More Details” link. Click it to proceed.

Now you see the

Now you see the "Please enter your PIN"

This links takes you to the next screen (obviously; am I spoon feeding?)

Enter your PIN exactly as in the postcard

Enter your PIN exactly as in the postcard

You finally get the box where you are supposed to enter the PIN. Do it and press “Submit PIN”. You’ll be led to a screen saying “Thankyou”.

Last screen - Finished - phew!

Last screen - Finished - phew!