There are several reasons why you might not have received your Personal Identification Number (PIN) yet:
- Your account is not on PIN hold.
You'll only be required to verify your PIN after your account balance reaches the verification threshold. If you don't see a hold displayed on your AdSense homepage, then it means that your account is not on PIN hold yet.
- Your PIN hasn't been sent yet.
You might have to wait for up to a week after your account balance reaches the verification threshold before your PIN is generated and mailed to you.
- You haven't waited for four weeks after your last PIN was generated.
PINs often take up to four weeks to reach you by mail, though it may take longer depending on your location.
If you haven't received your PIN after four weeks, you'll need to request a replacement. To find out when you can request a replacement PIN, check the "Account information" page in your AdSense account.
- Your payment address is not valid.
Take a moment to review your payment address, and make updates to your address if necessary.
How to request a replacement PIN
If you haven't received your PIN, or it's been lost, you can request a replacement PIN. To make sure it has enough time to reach you, you'll need to wait four weeks after your last PIN was mailed before requesting a replacement.
Before requesting a replacement PIN, make sure your payment address is correct. Learn how to change your payment address.
To request a replacement PIN:
- Sign in to your AdSense account.
- On your AdSense homepage, find the PIN verification card and click Verify. (You might need to click View more to reveal the card.)
Alternatively, if you can't find the PIN verification card: In the left navigation panel, click Settings, then click Account information.
- On your "Account information" page, click Resend PIN.
We'll mail a new PIN to your billing address. If your original PIN arrives first, feel free to use it; the replacement PIN will be a duplicate of the original.