Sunday, May 4, 2014
After a long wait, finally there is a reason for Indian publisher to cheer. Google Adsense has started rolling out its Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) services to Indian publishers. Now you don't need to wait for cheque and you can avoid the waiting time of around one month or sometimes more to get your hard earned money.
Publishers are receiving mails from Google Adsense Team about the changes that are introduced in the form of payment for them. Following is the mail that was sent to publishers in India if there accounts were upgraded.
After this upgrade, we will issue payments by international wire transfer. Wire transfer is a fast, secure, and reliable alternative to receiving payments by check, and you will typically receive your payment much faster with this payment method. Google pays most fees involved with sending wire transfer payments and does not charge a fee for this service. We recommend that you ask your bank about any fees or commissions they may charge for receiving wire transfers. Visit our Help Center for full details about receiving payments by wire transfer (https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/3372975).
With this change, we will no longer offer payments by check. Please continue with receiving and depositing any outstanding checks as we make this transition. The normal 60-day waiting period from the check issue date will apply to check cancellations, and additional time may be necessary to incorporate the canceled amount into the next scheduled payment.
Google was working on EFT mode of payment in India and it was earlier planned to roll out this service from the start of this year but it has been delayed for few months. Google has always provided the best possible services to publishers and this is another milestone.
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