AdSense Address Verification With AdSense Pin Or Alternative Methods ( Full Guide)

AdSense Address Verification With AdSense Pin Or Alternative Methods ( Full Guide)

AdSense Address Verification With AdSense Pin Or Alternative Methods ( Full Guide)

Are you having difficulty delivering AdSense Pin? Unable to verify your AdSense account and receive your first $ 100 from AdSense? You are not alone, AdSense users from many countries are facing a similar situation due to mail issues.

If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, here’s this: AdSense sends you a PIN as soon as you earn your first $ 10 in your AdSense account. This AdSense Pin is unique to each AdSense account and sends it via courier to the address you mentioned while creating the AdSense account. Usually, AdSense sends your PIN by regular mail a few days after reaching the verification limit.

PIN verification is mandatory to verify your AdSense account address.

You will have four months from the date the first PIN was generated to enter it into your account. If you don’t enter it after four months, AdSense will stop showing ads on your pages. Important things to know:

You must wait a week after your account balance reaches the verification limit for a PIN to be generated and mailed to you.
PINs often take up to 4 weeks to reach you by mail, although depending on your location, they may take longer.
If you do not receive your PIN after four weeks, you will need to request a new one. To find the date when you will be able to request a new PIN, log into your account and view the Account Settings page under the Home tab.

How to request a new AdSense Pin:

  1. Sign in to your AdSense account
  2. Click on the gear icon on the top right and select Settings.
  3. In the left sidebar, click Account information
  4. Click on the Verify Address link
  5. Request a new AdSense Pin at the bottom of the page

Remember: all sent pins are a duplicate of the first pin sent to you. So even if you received the first PIN after requesting a new one, you can use it to verify your address.

Usually, due to the location (especially if you reside in the remote part of your country), you may not receive an AdSense Pin even after resubmitting the AdSense Pin. I myself heard reports of many of these incidents when I started looking for alternative ways to verify an AdSense address.

According to AdSense Help, there are a maximum of 3 attempts a user can receive a PIN to verify AdSense. If you requested a maximum of 3 PINs and did not receive any of them within four weeks of your last PIN request, you have the option to verify your account by uploading a government-approved ID.

In the case of Indian users, you can use Aadhar card or passport. Remember that the ID you will be using needs to state your address which should be the same as what you mentioned when applying for an AdSense account.

In the case of other countries, you can upload scanned copies of your government-approved documents. You can also use the bank statement and phone bill for the same. If you have a passport, use it to get AdSense pin issues.

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