ok so recently I attempted to sign up for adsense, but I had a previous account that I forgot to close so when I was signing up I accidentally got both accounts disabled, I tried to fix it by closing the old account, I got an email saying that my old account is canceled. Now when I try to sign in, google would say that an account DOESN'T exist for my new email, but when I tried signing up AGAIN, Google would than say that an account DOES exist for my new email....
I don't know if I should just try and close everything again, and if I have to,(due to it might close my new Email) would it be possible to transfer my Hubpages account to the new Email from the Old one???
Sadly to say I think you got yourself into a world of hurt with Google.
I dont even want to say what I am thinking because I am scared ot may be a violation of terms.
You do have to be very careful with Google.
You could try sending them an email detailing what has happened but you may be waiting a very long time for a reply.
Other than that I really am not sure what to say.
I think if you email them and explain exactly what happened. And if there was no suspicious activity on your end, it might work out. If you had an account that you hadn't used in 5 years they might believe you and reinstate you. Just be patient and try not to pester them. Good luck.
I had the same problem. I had an AdSense account years ago, I had completely forgotten. I received an email from google. I could keep the old account or close it and open a new one. I chose to start fresh with a new account with a different email address.
If all else fails you can just create a new email address and use it to open a google adsense account and see if they will approve you.
When I tried to create a google adsense account using my email address google wouldn't allow me to do it. But I've never signed up for adsense before. So, I just created a new email account and it worked.
Actually, trying to repeatedly start a new account may not be a very good course of action. AdSense looks at more than just email addresses, and as someone who already has canceled accounts with them, you're already on their radar as not being a good client.
I think you should email them and explain what happened, and be really patient for a reply.
I just cleared everything up just now! it did involve transfering my HP account to my new address (on Yahoo this time.....) so now it's just pending and now I'm waiting to get it set....
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