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You may be referring to the "AdSense" program. contact Google about this and/or do a Google Search on that.
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I'm not sure just witch end of the system your having trouble with. But here goes. The site or company you are erring money from in the pay per click, will deposit your funds into your PayPal account, providing you gave them your PayPal account info. The usually ask for this when you sing up. It depends on how the site you are working with works. Some require you to log in to there site and tell them to transfer the funds, while others will automatically transfer the funds. This may happen once a moth or every few months or even once a week, depending on the site and there policies. So go to the site in witch you are earning the pay per clicks on and log into your account and check there polices.
Now if the money has shown up in your PayPal account, you can transfer it to your bank account in PayPal or spend it on Ebay as I do, or if you have a PayPal debit card you can use that. All depends on you and your PayPal account.
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