Monday, October 03, 2005

Direct deposit from AdSense via EFT.

Times to get real...!

For those who are in this 16 supported country, you should happy with this news. Now, Google already launched his "non-BETA" Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

This is the latest statement from Adsense (September) or (maybe I'm the last person that notice about this)....

"Publishers who have already received payments through EFT don't need to do anything – they can continue to have their payments conveniently deposited directly into their bank accounts.

If you would like to sign up for the first time, you'll need to enter your bank account information through your AdSense account. We'll then make a small test deposit into that bank account – once you've verified the amount of this test deposit, you'll be all set up for direct deposit. Please note that, if you signed up during the beta period but didn't receive a payment, you'll need to register your bank account again now and complete the verification process."

"Bye, bye, beta..."
Posted by Alexa - Adsense Publisher Support
9/30/2005 04:37 PM

If you've logged into your account in the past couple days, you might've noticed that Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT for short) is officially out of beta. So what's changed? Our process for verifying bank account information has improved.

After you submit your bank account information, we will place a small test deposit into your bank account for you to keep. Once you see this test deposit credited to your account, just input the amount of the deposit into your AdSense account to help us verify your bank account information.

Testing your bank account before we make your payments means a greater chance of an error-free deposit. From now on, if you choose to use EFT, you can rest assured that we're taking the steps to make your payment successful.

We're excited about this launch and want to thank all of you who took part in our beta testing phase. We appreciate your help.

Are you ready for it...????

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