Google Adsense is one of the easiest means to make money online from your online contents.
During registration, publishers would be required to enter their home address to receive their payment via check when it’s time.
Each publisher must verify their home address before Google can send them their earnings. Verification is done via PIN. This PIN will be sent by Google via mail.
Google believes this will enable publishers to confirm the accuracy of their payment address and payee name.
Whenever a new publisher account reaches $12, a PIN will be generated automatically and sent to the publisher by standard post. The PIN is expected to reach the publisher between 2 to 4 weeks.
Some couple of days ago, a client contacted me that his blog no longer display Google ads due to his lateness to verify his address.
Google has already sent a Personal Identification Number to his mailing address but he didn’t receive any thing. He requested again until he reached the limit (3) for PIN Verification request. Moreover, the address he supplied in his Google Adsense account is correct.
My client is a Nigerian; he didn’t get the PIN because of the poor postal service here. He however required for any other alternative from me.
I told him to go back to his Adsense account settings to complete the required form and attach a digital image of a government issued ID card, bank statement, or telephone bill displaying his payee name and mailing address as it appears in his account.
He followed my advice and got his account verified within 3 day without any ado.
Google promised once you complete the form placed here and attached the required documents, they’ll respond within 2-3 days regarding your PIN verification status.
From my experience, this only works when you have reached the limit (3) for PIN verification request.
If you have exhausted the 3 chances, use this method to verify your address.