Today, I am writing an article on how to verify Google AdSense account without PIN. Google AdSense is one of the prominent and trusted ways to earn money from your blog. It is a simple and most powerful and popular source of earning for publisher and webmaster. But it is true that getting your blog approved from Google is really difficult because of their policies. Once your account is approved, Google has certain other verification processes. Google verify your account by verifying the account holder’s address. Before sending money, Google sends a PIN code on your Address to verify your Address and identity.
When Google Sends Pin Code?
When you set up google AdSense account and get approval for publishing ads on your site or blog by Google AdSense, it starts showing ads on your blog. Once your earning has crossed $10, Google sends Personal Identification Number (PIN) to your Payee Profile address to verify the address of account holder. PINs typically arrive within 2-4 weeks but may take longer depending on your location. Google mail your PIN on a white postcard measuring 4.5 x 6 inch (11.4 x 15.2 cm). PIN is of four digits. You will then need to enter this PIN into your account (the pin Adsense sends). See below screenshot:
If somehow PIN does not reach your address, Google allows you to request for two more times. In total, you get three chances of Address verification. In all the cases Google Address verification PIN remains same. Be careful, if you enter the wrong PIN three times, your account will be suspended.
What if PIN Code does not reach after Three Attempts?
Google understand that sometimes the publishers might not receive the PIN after three attempts. It might be because of bad postal service or your address is in remote areas. Google has provided a workaround for this J
Keep in mind that you have four months to submit your PIN after your first PIN is generated. If you fail to submit the PIN, Google will stop showing ads on your blog.
How To Verify Google AdSense Account Without PIN Code?
Google has provided an alternate option to verify Google AdSense account without PIN code. For this, you need to submit a proof of identity document that has your Payee Name and valid address that you have mentioned in Google AdSense account. The ID Proof document can be any of the following:
- National ID Card
- Electricity Bill
- Driving License
- Aadhaar Card (For Indian publishers)
- Bank Statement
Etc etc …..
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When Can You Avail This Option to Verify Google AdSense Account Without PIN?
Only after you have tried your three attempts and did not receive PIN, you can use this option. Follow the steps mentioned below:
- Open your Google AdSense Account with your login credentials.
- You must be seeing a notification top bar (red bar) if you have not verified your account after requesting for 3rd Click on Notification Option in Google AdSense account
- You will see a below screen:
- As you click on “This Form “ link you will get another form fill it by Publisher Id, mail ID and upload Photo ID and Address proof.
In case you do not remember your Publisher Id, click on ‘Gear’ icon. Go to Settings à Account Information. Here you will find your Publisher Id. It will be of ‘pub-****************’
- Click On ‘Submit’
That’s it. In few minutes, you will receive a mail synonymous to the image below that you’ve fulfilled the address verification requirement for AdSense.
I also got into the same situation where I did not receive PIN for my AdSense account even after the third attempt. To verify my Adsense account, I submitted my ‘Bank Statement’ as my ID Proof that has my relevant address. I got the following mail in 5 minutes after I submitted this form with my ID proof.
Hope that you have understood the procedure of how to verify Google AdSense account without PIN. If you have any queries or feedback, you can leave your comments below.
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