Wire Transfers Now Available For Google AdSense Publishers In India

Mar 5, 2014 • 8:09 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense

Google IndiaGoogle quietly announced in the Google AdSense Help forums that they are now extending their beta program for publishers in India to get paid via wire transfer over check.

In fact, Google said they will be completely "replacing cheque payments with U.S. Dollar international wire transfers" in India. Google said that during the beta the publishers in India reported favorable rates claiming typically Rs. 56/- to Rs. 110/-, approximately $0.90 to $1.78 and favorable exchange rates on these transactions. Plus, you won't have to go to the bank to do the deposit.

Google said:

Over the coming weeks, we’ll be upgrading accounts in India with a payment self-hold to our new payments system. To be eligible for this month’s payment cycle, please make this preference change prior to Sunday, 16 March, 06:00 (AM) IST.

There are a lot more details on what this means to Indian based publishers in the Google AdSense Help thread.

Forum discussion at Google AdSense Help.

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03/05/2014 03:52 pm

Wow.....no offense but how does India get this when we in south africa are left in the cold....


03/05/2014 06:02 pm

Good news for Indian Publishers....

Gaurav Srivastava

03/06/2014 05:28 am

Finally Google did that! Thanks Barry for cover this news :) We were waiting this announcement for long time.


03/06/2014 05:57 am

I loved the image..


06/12/2014 05:05 pm

I will do it payment google adsense with wire tranfers for earning may web http://www.cpnsguru.com/ thz

Vikram Malik

06/25/2014 01:11 pm

The number of Indian AdSense publishers way exceed those in South Africa, many, many times over - you should see the amount of monetized video content alone (on YouTube) which is generated out of India, it is probably second only to the US. Naturally, Google will give it much more importance than South Africa and its AdSense publishers. But please don't take offence - I am sure this positive development will happen in more markets as well in due course, South Africa included.

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