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Saving up adsense rev, could I run into problems?

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  1. WaftyCrank United Kingdom

    WaftyCrank Active Member

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    I've been saving up my adsense revenue for one site for the last few months.
    It's breached the $700 mark now (not much I know) but I have never withdrawn from adsense yet.

    I'm saving the money to put into a "domain" fund to pay for the domain renewals each two years.
    Could i run into trouble from Google for allowing it to build up more than a certain amount?
     
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  3. bb99 United Kingdom

    bb99 Well-Known Member

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    I don't think that Google will mind if you let it build and build - they are earning interest on your money afterall.

    The problem comes if they detect any strange clicking patterns on your sites/adverts. If they do, they will close your account and take your money - with no right of appeal!

    If I were you I'd take it out monthly and put it in a savings account or similar.
     
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    GreyWing Retired Member

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    Yes mate take it out an put it in a savings account, too many horror stories of google shutting accounts down.
     
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    I even get worried leaving funds in paypal for more than a week. Get it in your bank and its nice and safe :cool:
     
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    As above, I got to $2000 before I bottled it and took it as payment. Now I just take it every month. Id advise everyone to do the same.
     
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    Fair point by all. I'll stick it in the business savings account instead.
     
  8. charlie

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    yeah i'd use the "business" account too - even more dubious is paypal accounts but mainly for the fact they have limited customer service, anyone delt with either company after things go wrong?
     
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