How to request reissue of lost or returned AdSense cheque is returned


Did the courier company or post office returned your AdSense cheque? Are you trying to figure out how to get back your returned AdSense cheque? Read this article to find out how to request reissue of AdSense cheque.

In some countries like USA, Google makes direct deposit of AdSense earnings to the bank account of the AdSense publishers. However, in countries like India, the direct deposit of AdSense payments is not available for publishers due to legal reasons. It has been clarified few times that Google is working on direct deposit for Indian AdSense users, but is not ready yet. I think it is the regulations of Govt of India that is preventing Google from offering direct deposit.

Currently, Google sends out the AdSense cheque through Bluedart courier service. Bluedart delivers the cheque directly in big cities. In case of villages and small towns where Bluedart does not have a network, they send it by post to the recipients.

This system works fine for most AdSense publishers in India. However, occasionally, the cheques get lost or return to Google without delivering to the publisher. It has happened couple of times to me in the past but works fine 99% of the time.

How to request reissue of lost or returned AdSense cheque?


Google has implemented a very smooth process to request reissue of a returned or lost AdSense cheque. All you have to do is, visit the following URL and request a reissue of the cheque:

https://support.google.com/adsense/bin/request.py?&contact_type=request_reissue_not_received

You have to provide the following information when you request reissue of the AdSense payment:

1. Your name
2. Exact amount to be paid as per AdSense reports
3. Reason for request of reissue. (If it was returned by courier service, you may mention that).

If you had wrong address in your AdSense profile, remember to correct the mistake before you apply for reissue of AdSense cheque.


Article by Tony John
Tony John is a professional blogger from India, who started his first Weblog in 1998 at Tripod.com. Tony switched to blogging as a passion blended business in the year 2000 and currently operates several popular web properties including IndiaStudyChannel.com, Techulator.com, dotnetspider.com and many more.

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