Hi ... I just called Google, and they said my Adwords Account had been flagged, and had been in place for over three years! I just started a Adwords Account about a month ago, just to check on keywords!!!!
Apparently, I am getting clicks all over the place. Has anyone else had experience with this? This was very, very weird! I have only learned anything about websites from Hubpages, and now Google is saying that I am a seasoned advertiser, whose account is flagged. The reason I called in, was to use an Adwords card that they sent me, for promoting a site. I just set up a site, for the first time, on Weebly, about two weeks ago.
This is crazy! Has anyone ever heard of anything like this?
No. I've never heard of anything like it. What's more, it never occurred to me that an advertiser could get flagged. What rules do they have for advertisers, besides that they should pay their bill?
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