This thing appeared on my adsense. Whorush, saying that 29 sites use my adsense ID. It is quite freaky. How do i get rid of it?
If they are not your sites then why complain any earnings will come to you as owner of that id - won't it ?
Here's a pretty good explanation of what WhoRush is: http://www.timwebtool.com/2011/01/24/whorush-review/
Any site that headlines by excaiming how to make $8000 dollars a month from two hours work gets turned straight off.
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