AdSense publishers complain massively about payment problems.

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The other day, Google AdSense publishers began to complain massively about the problem with payments.

In particular, they received a notice that their payments were suspended and action was required on their part. Reason: “ The payout amount exceeds the limit set for the selected payment instrument in your country. Choose another payment method. ”

At the same time, many site owners noted that they had previously received large sums, and they had no difficulty in this regard.

Yesterday a lot of such complaints appeared on the Google AdSense Help forum, in English .

Apparently, sending notifications was associated with a malfunction of the advertising service. At the same time, in the past few hours, some users lost these warnings from their account.

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