When I logged on this morning, it said it was disabled. I only had about four dollars,and NEVER clicked on my own ads. Please help me understand why my account got disabled
you got the email from google adsense .they will write you the reason why your adsense account is disabled
Click fraud may also involve others clicking on your ads. If click fraud is suspected, your account would not be credited. Try to search the Google Adsense forums for answers, and there is a process in place for you to file an appeal as well.
by Ananta656 years ago
Well, that’s nice, very nice. I haven’t got a clue of what I did wrong. And after filling in the online appeal form they told me they had reviewed my account information, taken my feedback into account, but still...
by hassam5 years ago
This probably is one of the worse days of my life, after so much effort I have put online, here I stand with my Adsense account disabled due to invalid click activity. I don't have any clue why this happened! I have...
by squid-janices72 years ago
So I've been a Hubpage and Squidoo writer for the past 5 years. Recently, my 185 Squidoo hubs were transferred over to Hubpages and to start earning money, I applied for the Google adsense program about 2 weeks...
by Cecil155 years ago
Last April 12, I received an email from Google Adsense. It says:Hello,As mentioned in our welcome email, we conduct a second review of yourAdSense application once AdSense code is placed on your site(s). As aresult of...
by jyuva8 years ago
Hi,My AdSense account disabled after receiving three checks. I have send the mail to review one more time. It is showing Active in my affiliate settings.Do i need to apply again. Please help me.jyuva
by HACK-KING7 years ago
MY ADSENSE ACCOUNT WAS DISABLED FORDisabled TOS Violation.PLEASE HELP ME.TO RECOVER MY ADDSENSE ACCOUNT.PLEASE HELP ME
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