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I have an AdSense account that has been active for a few year now. I have received payments in the past using Wire-Transfer to my bank account. I have not changed my back account also not messed with any settings In AdSense.

Everything is unchanged.

I got a payout on 21 may from Adsense which was deposited to my bank on 30-may

then I got another payout on 21-Aug from Adsense which was deposited to my bank on 27-Sept. Yeah, a whole month late.

Now I got another payout on 21-oct from AdSense, and no money has been deposited yet to my bank account.

Will I have to wait another month for the payment?

The amount has been deducted from my AdSense account as I mentioned.

When I received payment late for August, I thought that it was a one-off thing. But apparently, it has happened again.

I have contacted my bank and they say that they have not received any payment and no payments for my account are pending.

I am from India.

There is one more thing I noticed is that When the payment was on time, the account details of my bank showed the following

Forex Txn USD XXX.xx  @ XXX.xx GOOGLE ASIA ABCDEFGHIJKLM

And when the payment was delayed for Aug which I got on Sept the back transaction detail show the following

Forex Txn TT PAID USD XXX.xx @ XX.xx  ABCDEFGHIJKLM

Notice that GOOGLE ASIA did not show up on the payout that was late.

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  • If you earn less than $100 in a particular month you may have to wait for successive months to accrue more than $100 before they actually make a payout to you. Is that what's happening?
    – Octopus
    Nov 4, 2016 at 21:07
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    I don't think the $100 is the issue here. They say that Google attempted to send the payment and the amount was deducted from AdSense. It is just taking a long time to appear in the bank account. Nov 5, 2016 at 9:55
  • yes..@Octopus I am aware of the threshold lmit..It is not that..The payment has been made by google and deducted from Adsense account..But not appeared in my Bank Account..The last payment was delayed by a month as I mentioned
    – krv
    Nov 5, 2016 at 14:13

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