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What! No PIP thread yet?

     
9:32 pm on Dec 19, 2008 (gmt 0)

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UK seeing it
8:21 pm on Dec 29, 2008 (gmt 0)

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For those who have read through this thread and still don't know what a PIP is...

PIP = Payment In Progress

I had to read the thread twice and there are no references to what PIP means. For some of us, we are clueless, I being one of them. Here I am trying to figure out what the hell a PIP is and finally had to do a Google search only to find the previous WebmasterWorld topics where someone was kind enough to spell it out for us AdSense Wantabes!

Is anyone starving, late on their bills, have to file BK, because they don't have a PIP?

7:35 am on Dec 30, 2008 (gmt 0)

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7:54 am on Dec 30, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Still 'nuthin' in Australia. :(

Payment issued. If we're lucky, money in Witchbank at an unfavourable rate by 31/12

Maybe next day!

9:31 pm on Dec 30, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Well I got that wrong! Nuthin in Witchbank and it won't be processed tomorrow - New Years Day.

Witchbank don't work weekends or their days off!

[That's a joke from "Bloke Man"]

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Is anyone starving, late on their bills, have to file BK, because they don't have a PIP?

My main concern with Google pushing PIP dates for my account one week later than in the past is that I can't tell whether the money gets into my account before, on or after the first of the month. If I knew that it would arrive before the first I could buy things to write off as expense. If I knew that G money wouldn't arrive before the first, I'd not buy such things. Should it still arrive, I'd have to pay the tax after the income.

(PIP on Dec 29 for EFT Hungary.)

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Yeah us aussies won't get it to our account until possibly Friday the 2nd & if some banks are very bad we won't see it until Monday the 5th due to public holidays/weekends when they don't do nuthin.

Would be nice if we got paid when the majority of US publishers did, back around the early parts of December 22nd, when people started noticing money in their bank account in the US.

Can't complain though! As long as we get it before the 10th of each month, as this is when my mortgage repayments come out which rely on Adsense payments.. I'm happy.

I'm sure they process alot of payments and for some reason they look after their US publishers first -- usually there's only a 2 day turn around I have noticed from when people first say they have PIP in a thread here until we get it in Australia, but for some reason this month there was about a 7 day gap.

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Ian's wrong yet again. Money in Witchbank for a New Year's Day present.

The money gnomes actually gave up New Years Eve to process my payment?

Wonders will never cease.

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Suprised to see it in my credit union account too. Must have just processed it before new years day! Don't see banks processing anything today. :-)
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