How to Get Your Standard/Secure check After Google Adsense has Upgraded it's Payment System Fresh Deals Alert

How to Get Your Standard/Secure check After Google Adsense has Upgraded it's Payment System

A few days after your account is upgraded, you’ll see a line item in your Transaction history for a “Service Adjustment." The “Service Adjustment" line item reflects your AdSense balance at the time your account was upgraded. Your “Service Adjustment" total will be added to your balance and paid out per the normal payment cycle.Google adsense have made some changes to improve our payments system, Here's a summary of the required actions, changes and added benefits of the new payments processes:Make sure to review important form of payment and currency updates to help you resolve any questions about your new payment experience.
                             Check payment changes:
  • Secured check delivery is no longer available in any countries
  • Standard check delivery in U.S. dollars is available in countries where EFT is not yet available
  • (Latin America only) Tracking numbers will no longer be offered for Ocasa check deliveries                          

                         Requesting a check reissue

Google adsense anticipate that publishers will receive their checks approximately 2-4 weeks after the mailing date; however, it may take longer depending on the postal service in your location. If you need to request a reissue of your check, please wait 60 days from the date of issue. Below is links will help request for reissue of check (cheque)

This troubleshooter is designed to enable you to request a check reissue if one is necessary. At each step, you'll provide instructions or further questions to help narrow down the issue you're facing. Following the instructions exactly will help ensure the best results.
If you requested a reissue for check issued before your account was upgraded to the new payments experience, you can view the returned earnings by visiting your Payment history. Click "See your previous payments" at the bottom of your Transaction history to see a record of your returned earnings.

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