Sunday, March 9, 2008

Kind of Ironic!....Adsense!

The same DAY that I posted in here about adsense I checked my mail and FINALLY had a response from them after submitting an appear form MONTHS ago!.........


Thanks for providing us with additional information. However, after
thoroughly reviewing your account data and taking your feedback into
consideration, we've re-confirmed that your account poses a significant
to our advertisers. For this reason, we're unable to reinstate your
account. Thank you for your understanding.

As a reminder, if you have any questions about your account or the actions
we've taken, please do not reply to this email. You can find more
information by visiting


The Google AdSense Team

Original Message Follows:
From: *****
Subject: Appeal Form Submitted
Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2007 12:31:21 -0800

AdSenseLocale: en_US
ContentSource: blog
DateDisabled: November 2007
Frequency: a few times a month
InvalidActivity2: No explanation for it as I dont know anything about
the invalid clicks or where they came from! My blog is a small blog. I
dont update very often. I dont have very many readers. I have had an
adsense account for quite awhile now. If I was intentionally causing
fradulant clicks wouldnt I be closer to the pay out amount than what I
am? If I was trying to fradulantly use my adsense account for monetary
gain I would have made a lot more money than what I have so far!
Wouldn't that make more sense? I have yet to reach payout so I dont
understand how I could possibly be trying to "cheat" adsense with
invalid clicks! It isn't fair to disable my account without showing me
any sort of PROOF!
Language: en
NumPeople: 1
PubId: ca-pub-5138391268376348
TrafficSource: word of mouth
WebAudience: blog readers
form_type: appeal_form

......Oh yeah, my Finding The New Me blog is a HUGE threat to adsense with its whole 3,702 page views in over a year! Give me a break adsense! You can take my $12.00 and shove it where the sun doesn't shine for all I care! Atleast $12.00 is all I got ripped off out of compared to others who were at the $100.00 payout and THEN told that their account was deactivated!!...They still couldn't give me any sort of proof or reason as to WHAT the problem is, just that it's a significant risk! What a joke!


Asela de Saram said...

You are not alone with Google disabling AdSense accounts, 3 of my accounts have been disabled. 2 of which belonged to sites that were barely making 2 hits per day (or relatively new). I think all these advertise for money programs are scams too.

I never bothered to write Google and ask because they always give a generic or computer generated answer which would never work for me.

crazedmama said...

Yeah, I gave it a shot because I actually HAVE heard of people bugging them enough to wear they re-activate their account but I was really hoping they would TELL me the reason!!

Pand0ra Wilde said...

I keep seeing this over and over as I surf on sites like BlogMad, and once in a great while I see where someone's actually been told that listing a blog with a service like BlogMad (which is where I find you when I get the chance to surf--cool blog, btw) violates their TOS because you're using them to generate hits instead of letting people wander over here without being referred.

I hope you get somewhere with this--it doesn't make sense, I know, since freakin' Google OWNS Blogger, but that's the line of crap they've handed out.

Good luck :)

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