Earlier this morning, Google notified me of upcoming updates to my Adsense account which will affect my payment options. It was stated clearly in the notification mail that after the upgrade, express delivery secure checks and courier tracking numbers will be discontinued and I will be offered the option to receive my Adsense payments by international wire transfer.
If you don’t know what wire transfer means, it is a method of electronic funds transfer that allows you to receive funds directly into your bank account. Wire transfer is a fast, secure, and reliable alternative to receiving payments by check. Unlike the secure check payment option, Google doesn’t charge a fee to send wire transfer payments.
If you are a Nigerian Adsense publisher, you will have to add the details of your Nigerian bank account to your Adsense account if you want to receive your Adsense payments via Wire Transfer.
How To Add Bank Account To Google Adsense Account
After the upgrade is complete, you will have to follow the steps below to enter your banking information in your Google Adsense account:
==> Sign in to your AdSense account.
==> Click the gear icon in the upper right corner of any tab
==> From the drop-down list, select “Payments”.
==> In the left sidebar menu, click Payment settings.
==> In the “Available forms of payment” section, click Add new form of payment.
==> Choose the radio button for “Funds transfer to bank account” and click Continue.
==> Enter your bank account information and click Confirm and continue.
Your account will be updated and your next payment should arrive in your bank account within 4-10 days.
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