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After all those years of bloody cheques in US$ and mardy counter staff, this is heaven happy!
This is heaven for me to! Every month I walk along to my local branch and get told I can't do an international transaction here, I have to do it through telephone banking. Although telephone banking are crap and just transfer me around till I hang up. International Banking informed me I am best to do the transaction at my local branch. The bank has actually managed to "misplace" one of my Google cheques and told me to get the cheque reissued as it would take to long to trace! Oh, and most annoying of all they seem to like to try and steal my money. When I want to move some money from my USD account to my current account it goes through their pending account. Funny that they seem to always forget to move it out of their pending account and into my current account. One month it took them 4 days to find my money *after* they moved it out of my current account.
I'll say again... "this is heaven". THANK YOU GOOGLE! :)
Whilst there are people in the UK without payment there is no need to worry. Google do say "Google will send you a payment via cheque or EFT within approximately 30 days after the end of each calendar month that Google ads are running on your site if your earned balance is US $100 or more" so as its the 29th everything should be OK.
My adsense screen says Payment Type: Check, Payment Date: April 25.
It is now April 28. Are the checks coming from overseas? Last month, mine came from Buffalo. If the check was indeed cut on the 25th, I could have literally walked to Buffalo and picked it up by now.
I was concerned that the EFT wouldn't work properly, so I did nothing, accepting that check would arrive as normal, but it's now Friday, and no check, so, something is not right.
Been having bad feelings about adsense in general for the past two weeks and this isn't helping.
I don't know the G exchange rate yet, but it's very close to the one quoted on Yahoo Messenger - I'm well pleased!