This is the message i have on my Google ads. account:Disabled by Google for TOS Violation. what shld I do?
Not much you can do, did you click your own adverts?
You should receive an email telling you why your account was disabled. Unfortunately if you break Google's ToS it is unlikely that you will be re-accepted in to the Google program.
yes I did get an e-mail telling me they have yet another google account associated with the my details. from then i did not know my next step.
I agree with Thisisoli.
The likelihood you'll get your account back is slim to none and slim went on vacation. So, you are sol(sh!t out of luck). It's sad to say, but true.
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