Google AdSense | Address Verification Request a new PIN
How to request a new PIN-Google AdSense
If you haven’t received your PIN from Google AdSense, or if it has been lost, you can request two more PINs. To make sure it has enough time to reach you, you’ll need to wait 4 weeks after your last PIN was mailed before requesting a new one.
Before requesting a new PIN from Google AdSense , make sure your payment address is correct. View instructions
To request a new PIN:
- Sign in to your Google AdSense account.
- Click the gear icon and select Settings.
- In the sidebar, click Account information.
- Click the Verify address link.
- At the bottom of the page, click Request new PIN.
Google then mail you a new PIN to the address in your account. If your original PIN arrives first, feel free to use it; the replacement PINs are just duplicates of the original.
Can you send a PIN to my new address?
If there is an error in your address, or if you’ve moved to a new address, you’ll need to update the payment address in your publisher account.
Once your address has been updated, you can request a new PIN be sent to your updated address. To do so, click the Verify address link on the “Account information” page.
Can I use my old PIN after requesting a new PIN?
Yes. All replacement PINs issued for your account will be exact duplicates of the original, so you can enter any of the PINs that you receive, regardless of which one arrives first.
Can I send you a copy of my official identity document or domestic bill?
Only if you’ve requested your maximum of 3 PINs and haven’t received any of them within 4 weeks of your last PIN request. In this case, sign in to your account and you’ll see a notice on your Home page with further instructions on how to send us an official document proving your address through a contact us form.
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