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Can my Adsense earnings be sent to Paypal.

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tstolber

1:07 pm on Apr 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hi

This is my first post here although I often find and read these forums as the result of a web search.

I use google adsense for my business account.

What I want to do is set up an adsense account for my personal use completely seperate from my main account. I don't want this money to go through my personal bank account though. Can I set up a paypal payment from the Google adsense account? I can't see any payment options that allow that?

Thanks.

1:28 pm on Apr 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Impossible.
1:35 pm on Apr 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Paypal is not a bank
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Having this option would make us all VERY happy.
Any idea why G won't do it?
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Welcome to WebmasterWorld tstolber. Neither google adsense or yahoo's YPN have an option to deposit your earnings in a paypal account. Chitika does and I'm sure there are a few others that do. If you have 2 adsense accounts and one of them is set up to deposit your earnings in your bank account, you could have your other adsense account set up to simply mail your check.
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While we're on the subject Can my payments be sent to e-gold?
4:07 pm on Apr 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I would not ever want to send my funds to paypal. The fees they charge are way too high.
4:12 pm on Apr 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Actually the fees they charge for this service are incredibly low, unless you have a business account in which case they are cripplingly high. But I still don't trust Paypal so I only use them for one client who won't pay me any other way.
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Kaymeis: Google does not send to e-gold., paypal, etc.

I've heard that google is planning a similar service as paypal, so probably that's why they don't include this service on the program.

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I think the chances that Google will ever support PayPal are very slim.

PayPal is owned by eBay and I don't think Google wants to support a competitor. According to some news articles Google is even planning its own PayPal-like service.

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Wait until Gpay (Google Wallet) [webmasterworld.com...]
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GPay (or Google Wallet, whatever it will be called) will ultimately probably be supported by AdSense.

My question: why would you WANT your earnings sent to paypal? So paypal can take their share of your earnings? Why not just have Google direct-deposit it to you?

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<<snip>>
Karthik's point repeated..
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So paypal can take their share of your earnings? Why not just have Google direct-deposit it to you?
In my case, the Paypal account is like a swiss bank account as far as the wife is concerned.;)
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dude. that is so funny :)

I totally understand where you are coming from.

the paypal fees in your case would be worth it.

i guess you'll (we'll...haha) have to wait for gpay.

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Actually, just to clear things up. There are NO fees involved in receiving funds when a payER is using PayPal's "Mass Pay" feature (which is what most merchants use when paying many people).

I've been getting paid via PayPal for years from fastclick and PayPal doesn't take a dime. There are also no fees to withdraw the money.