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9/16/19
Can i reissue a cheque that i got by canceling my account? 0 Recommended Answers 10 Replies 0 Upvotes
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I got my cheque, and the banks near me wont accept my cheque that i got by canceling my adsense account, and now i dont know how to refund the money to my account, i looked for a reissue option but in my account it wont show. If someone could help me it would be wonderful because its kinda hard to know what to do in this position.
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9/16/19
I have to ask, why won't they take they cheque?
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9/16/19
They said they don't accept google cheques
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9/16/19
Ok, that is odd. There are two main reasons why you might not be able to deposit your cheque:
  • The cheque has expired. Depending on your country, AdSense cheques are valid for 6-12 months from their date of issue. If you do not deposit your cheque within this timeframe, then your earnings will be credited back to your account and your payments will be put on hold. If you are affected by a payment hold, then please follow the instructions at the foot of this page: Receiving payments by cheque
  • The cheque is incorrect. In this case, you might need to amend the payee information in your AdSense account.
To request a replacement of your cheque, follow these steps:
  1. Wait 60 days
    We expect publishers to receive their cheques approximately two to three weeks after the date of posting. However, it may take longer depending on the postal service in your location. If you need to request a replacement cheque, then please wait 60 days from the date of issue. For more information about the delivery of cheques, see Receiving payments by cheque.
  2. Request a replacement cheque
    You can request a replacement cheque directly from your AdSense account:
    1. Sign in to your AdSense account.
    2. In the left navigation panel, click Payments.
    3. On your 'Transactions' page, find the issue date and current status of your cheque. If your cheque still hasn’t been cashed after 60 days, then you’ll see a "reissue payment" link next to the cheque’s status.
    4. Click reissue payment and confirm that you want to reissue the payment.
      A new line item appears showing that the cheque has been stopped and that your refund is in progress.
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9/16/19
The reissue option doesn't show on my transactions page, it only shows the dates after i re opened my acccount
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9/16/19
You need to set up a bank account and then they will accept your cheque - 
You cannot  just go into banks where you have no account and expect them to cash it.
As you found out, they cannot do that. Nothing to do with Google specifically -- it would  be the same for anyone writing a cheque to your name.
Cheques are good for 6 months, I believe, so you can set up a back account then cash it.
Or you can destroy the cheque and ask Adsense for help.
 
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9/16/19
Oh sorry I missed  this:
after i re opened my acccount
Why did you do that? 
Work through the troubleshooter, 
check the links Russell sent as well.
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9/16/19
I do have an bank account, is just that here in my country we are not up to date with many things, still there should be a way that i can somehow bring the money back to my account and change the method of payment
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9/16/19
I don't think the link you sent me helps me
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9/16/19
Well if you have a bank account in your name and if your name is the same as on the cheque and it the check is recent then there should be no problem in cashing/ depositing it in your bank account.
If there is then you need to check with your bank.
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9/16/19
I submitted that form in the link you sent earlier i should get the answer next 24-48 hours
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