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Adsense using Western Union to pay publishers based in Indonesia.

Just announced in Google Adsense Blog.

Publishers or bloggers based in Indonesia can get their money through Western Union Quick Cash as a new payment method. Login to your Adsense account and sign up to receive your Adsense payments in cash using the Western Union money transfer service. This expedite receiving your cash instead of waiting for checks to arrive in the mail, then another days in bank clearing.

Though this is a not perfect as you want, there are some things you need to remember to avoid the hassle.

  • You need to present a government issued ID that matches your Adsense payee name.

  • Available only for individual, not for business.

  • Get your payment within 35 days of issue or they'll expire. Hey! who wants to delay your payment, ofcourse get your cash right away.

  • You can pickup your payment using local currency.

So, what are you waiting for? Login to your Google Adsense account and sign up today! Don't be lazy, you are hardworking entrepreneurs :)


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