What to do if you don’t receive Adsense PIN letter via post service on your home address

What to do if you haven’t received your adsense confirmation PIN letter after 2 PIN requestsI’m running a Google adsense account for some time and I have some adsense advertisements on my website to make some money to at least pay my home internet.
Everything went fine with Google authorizing my website for adsense , however after I’ve filed all the data in my Google Adsense account in account settings , yet I needed a Personal Identification Number (PIN) that is usually sent by google by a normal post services (as a letter).

As I’ve already filled in my address details in Google and requested a PIN to be sent to my mailbox, usually I had to receive it in about 3 to 6 weeks time as Google manuals prescribe.

Nevertheless that was not the case with me, I haven’t received anything from Google for about a month and a half time, then I decided to request a second PIN confirmation.
Anyways the second one didn’t arrived again for about 1.5 months, so once again requested the Google adsense PIN to be re-sent to me in order to be able to laters withdraw my money via Western Union.

Today after logging to my Google adsense account I red the following unpleasent text:

Your pages are displaying Public Service Advertisements (PSAs) because you haven't yet verified your PIN and/or phone number. See the Payment History page for more details.
I also realized no money are generated to my google adsense account for clicks and impressions anymore!

What a shit man, what a shit!

Now google’s pocket is filling with my website advertise clicks money …
That’s definitely not cool!
What was really even stranger is that actually my account was disabled with a Total estimated earnings = 36.68 EUR
That’s strange because in the google adsense documentation it’s stated that the account will start showing the Public Service Advertisements (PSAs) after it reaches 70 EUR ?

Afterwards, I’ve used Google’s Adsense help to request Adsense Phone Verification

And now I’m waiting for theim to call me on my mobile phone.

If you have the same problem you can read a very helpful article on the topic of problems with getting adsense PIN letter here

Moreover it seems it is possible to
request an adsense PIN code via email from this link

Anyhow if you use the above link to request your Google adsense PIN via email, you will have to attach also a copy of your ID next this email and some other information as requested from google.

Another helpful tip that I’ve red while I was investigating on the alternative ways to get your PIN in a quick way is to send as less emails to the google adsense account as possible.
I have to say that Google were really quick in their answer they answered in 7 hours time after I’ve reported the problem and requested that my PIN be mailed to me.

I’ve received the following email from Google adsense support

Hi,

Thanks for your response. I understand that you’ve been unable to receive
your PIN.

In order to resolve this issue, please respond to this email and attach adigital image of a government issued ID card, bank statement, or telephonebill displaying your payee name and mailing address as it appears in youraccount. Please note that we’re only able to accept information printed inone of our supported languages. You can find a list of supported languagesat https://www.google.com/support/adsense/bin/answer.py?answer=9727Once we receive your response, we’ll review the information you’veprovided and update you on the status of your PIN verification.For additional questions, I’d encourage you to visit the AdSense HelpCenter ( http://www.google.com/adsense_help ) or the official AdSense blog( http://adsense.blogspot.com?utm_source=txft ). Alternatively, feel freeto post your question on the AdSense Help Forum (http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/AdSense?hl=en ).Sincerely,

I’ve replied to the above email with attached electonic scanned copy of my Personal ID, now all left for me is to wait until I receive the answer from Google that attaching my scanned Personal ID is enough for them to mail me the Adsense confirmation PIN on my e-mail
Hope this is helpful to somebody.

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    Your blog post is awesome I consider you should translate it to other languages.

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    Here is the reply I received from Google, about two days later.
    ——- SNAP ———
    Hi G.,

    Thanks for your email. After verifying your ID proof, I am happy to let
    you know that I have manually overridden your PIN requirement and you
    won’t be required to enter another PIN for this account in the future.

    Going forward, please keep in mind that if your payments are on hold for
    any reason other than PIN or phone verification, you’ll need to remove the
    holds prior to the 15th in order to be paid in that month. Otherwise, your
    outstanding earnings will roll-over to the following month and you’ll be
    paid out according to our normal payment cycle.

    Once you’ve removed any additional holds from your account, you’ll be
    issued a payment at the end of the first month after your balance reaches
    US $100.

    For additional questions, I’d encourage you to visit the AdSense Help
    Center ( http://www.google.com/adsense_help ) or the official AdSense blog
    ( http://adsense.blogspot.com?utm_source=txft ). Alternatively, feel free
    to post your question on the AdSense Help Forum (
    http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/AdSense?hl=en ).

    Sincerely,

    The Google AdSense Team

    —————————-

    From the time delay I can guess that the Google Adsense support doesn’t work during the Holiday and probably this was the reason why I received the reply from Google on Monday about 12:00 (American Time).

    If you contact google consider the time interval difference with America to be able to calculate the approximate delay in time.

    I guess if you submit your request to the support during the night time you want get answered until it’s after 10:00 in America.
    Probably Google has to work out this in order to optimize their responce times 😉

    Regards,
    Georgi

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    Awesome! Thanks! I continually needed to generate in my internet web page something just like that. Am i permitted to quote a element of your respective post to my weblog?

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    4 years ago I wrote an article about Adsense top earners. On the top of the list was Markus Frind from Plentyoffish.com with 300 000$ monthly. Second was Kevin Rose from Digg.com with 250 000$. For some time, I’m less interested in the topic, so I do not know who is on the top now. Do you know anything about this?

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  6. R T says:
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    Hi,

    We’re happy to let you know that we’ve manually overridden your PIN
    requirement. Your account information is now confirmed and you won’t be
    required to enter another PIN for this account in the future.

    Sincerely,

    The Google AdSense Team

    — … —

    Thank you.
    I tried to choose the Form of Payment from the menu for Western Union but
    recieved this messagge: We’ve noticed that the state code listed in your
    billing address does not match any of the official Mexican state codes
    accepted by Western Union.
    The problem is that the country is Romania and on the Payee Information page
    it is clearly stated that the Postal Code is 700xxx for Iasi in Romania in
    Europe.
    Any advice?

    Cordiali Saluti, / Best Regards,
    xxxx xxxxxx – client Google AdSense

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      try to change your Postal code to something else which corresponds to Romania?

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  7. Meteor says:
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    Thanks for your article, very helpful.
    I was re-generated my PIN confirmation for twice, if after 6 weeks i never receive a letter from google, can I use this link ( http://www.google.com/adsense/support/bin/request.py?hl=en&contact_type=pin&rd=1 ) to send my ID and request google to open “on hold” payment in my account ?
    And my ID card in Indonesia language, any advice ?

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    • admin says:
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      Hi Meteor,

      I don’t remember ever used “Personal Identification Number (PIN)” request form. It might be that Google has introduced this form just recently.
      If you try it and you can confirm it’s also a possible way to receive an adsense pin letter drop a comment pls.

      Thanks

      Best!
      Georgi

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      • Meteor says:
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        Hi, Georgi

        Today Google is blocking my adsense account from displaying ads, it is 5 months from my first request PIN letter. And I use that link to confirm and send my ID card copy to Google Adsense Team. And Only 5 Minutes Google Send me back an email:

        Hello,

        Thank you for sending your proof of identity.

        I’m happy to let you know that this fulfills the address verification
        requirement for AdSense. You no longer need to enter a PIN.

        Sincerely,

        The Google AdSense Team

        So I think that all language ID Cards would be received by Google Adsense Team.

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    hi
    your advice is very helpful for me .i will do this for my pin letter

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  9. instrukcja ppoż says:
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  10. Darrin Benner says:
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    Although Google adsense is one of the best program but it’s cpc is continuously degrading and that is somewhat disgruntled for me Hence I am looking for affiliate marketing which is far more better than that of adsense.

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  11. Ashley Jones says:
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    Google Adsense is the best revenue advertising program but I really don’t agree that it’s the best of all. Adsense has VERY strictly rules and may ban you even if you didn’t do anything to get that ban and the worst thing is, you cannot appeal (you can but you won’t get your account back).

    Infolinks- this is probably the worst advertising media, it has ONLY facebook ads and they are really untargeted that’s why I really don’t recommend this media, really bad.
    Adsense wins if you can have your account.

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