We operate on an industry standard “NET 60” model, we can explain how that works:
If you earn revenue on your account on – say the 25 September, it would automatically be requested for withdrawal on the first day of the following month (e.g. 1 October). It would then move from your confirmed balance, and be added to your pending payments under “account statement” and “payments” on the portal.
The money would then be paid around 60 days later from that date, so from the 1 October, that brings us into 1 December.
We always pay at the start/middle of a month, when our advertisers pay us; we don’t hold onto publisher funds for more than a couple of days, so in this example payment would actually be made between 4-15 December.
If you go to your member area portal and view your account statement, you will see the due date of money we owe you, for example:
2015-01-15 IN 65 DAYS
Some members often ask why it says they will be paid in 65 days on the portal, this is approximate and we typically pay on/a little before the 65 day mark.
There is an early payment option to get paid much faster, see the FAQ on early payments.