Address (PIN) and phone verification

Address verification troubleshooting (PIN)

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Address (PIN) verification

  To protect your account security, Google requires you to verify your address before we can send you payment. To do so, we post a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to your payment address. You'll then need to enter this PIN in your account. You'll have four months from the date that your first PIN has been generated to enter it in your account. After four months, your account will stop displaying ads. See an example of PIN mailer.

If you haven't received your PIN

We understand that your PIN might fail to reach you. That's why, if you haven't received your first PIN, you can request two additional replacement PINs. If you've requested your maximum of three PINs and haven't received any of them within four weeks of your last PIN request, sign in to your account and you'll see a notice on your Home page with further instructions on how to send us an official document proving your address via a contact form.

If you have entered your PIN incorrectly three times

Please enter your PIN carefully. If you have entered your PIN incorrectly three times, ad serving will be disabled to your site. In this case, you'll need to contact us to re-enable ad serving.
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PIN troubleshooter

  The PIN troubleshooter is designed to walk you through the steps to resolve any problems that you might encounter when confirming your account with PIN. At each step, we'll provide instructions or further questions to help narrow down the problem that you're facing. Following these instructions will ensure the best results.

PIN troubleshooter

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Why haven't I received my PIN?

  There are several reasons why you might not have received your PIN yet. For more information, see Problems with PIN.
 

 

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