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Google AdSense Finally Started Wire Transfer Payments in India

By Rizwan Ahmad - 01 May 2014 2 Comments
After a very long wait, here is a good news for all Adsense publishers who belongs to India, Because, Now Google Adsense has Finally started Payments via Wire Transfer in India. Google has made some big updates in its payment system, as they were working on this project to make their payments easy in India as well as other countries where Wire Transfer was not yet available.

What is Wire Transfer?
Wire Transfer is a very fast and easy way to get money directly into your bank account from foreign countries. In India, and other countries, there was no options available for Adsense publishers to get money directly into their bank account. Till now, Google used to send money via cheque's in India and other countries where wire transfer was not available. Receiving money via cheque was very time consuming and it took up to 15 to 30 days to be clear. But now we can get our payments very fast directly into our bank accounts.
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Here are some updates, that Google Adsense has made in Adsense payment.

Payment History:
Your payment history page is now updated with some changes. Now you will get three option there.

1- Current Balance
2- Settings
3- Previous Payments

See below image....

Payee Profile:
On your payee profile page, you can edit all your profile details like, your billing id, your tax details, your Address etc.

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Payment Settings:
On your Payment setting page you can choose your form of payments which is available, if you are from India then you will get only wire transfer option to get payments in India. You can also configure your minimum payment threshold, but it could not be minimum of $100.

How to Add a New Form of Payment
If you have received an Email from Google Adsense, saying that, your account has been upgraded to EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer) wire transfer payment, then its time to go to your Adsense account and add a new form of payment. To add a new form of payment just go to payment setting page and then, you will have to enter the following details there.

1- Payee Name ( Your Name)
2- Bank account number
3- Bank Name
4- SWIFT Code (It should be on your bank passbook if not, then you can ask your bank for this code)
5- IFSC Code (You can also find this code on your passbook if not then ask your bank for this code)

That's it, now just save your settings and hopefully you will get your next payment directly into your bank account. I know that there are so many publishers who were really looking for this big update, and now Google Adsense has finally made this to their Indian publishers.

Google will not charge any Transfer Fee for making payments via wire transfer in India. But you can ask your bank for this, if they will charge any fee for this or not.

Have you updated your form of payment? just do it now if you have received the Email, or let me know if you have any problem adding new wire transfer payment option.
Rizwan Ahmad
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2 comments to '' Google AdSense Finally Started Wire Transfer Payments in India "

  1. Your selections

    Payment schedule

    Monthly (Held until Jan 6, 2015)Configure

    Payments will be held until Jan 6, 2015.

    Form of payment

    None selected

    You may select a form of payment after your account balance reaches $10.00. Learn more

    Available forms of payment

    please help me

    No form of payment has been added y


  2. Hello Anil Khichar,

    You don't have to worry about that, if your account balance is below $10 then you will have to wait for that until its reaches the $10, after that you will be able to select your form of payment in your Adsense account setting till then you have to wait. Now for indian publishers Google has started direct Bank transfer, so now your payments would deposited into your bank account.

    Hope this will help you.