Due to change of country of residence Google Adsense team suggested me to close my account and apply for a new one, and I did so.After two weeks of my application they did not respond to my application, and then I contacted the hubpages team and they suggested me to apply through hubpages, and I did that too.Yet, no reply. I tried to email support team but they are not replying me too.Any help or suggestions please!
You can post to the AdSense support forums. Also, there is a contact link on all AdSense ads, located at the "Ads by Google" logo.
If you need the detailed answer , you should follow as website examiner is mentioning.
Thanks for your reply.I have posted on their forum about my problem about a week back.No answer yet.And they do not allow to contact them directly if you do not have an active account.I could contact them directly when I applied for closing my account.
It can take a good 30 days to actually get a decision. If you don't have an answer by I think it's 45 days is when they say to contact them. Either way ya got a few weeks before they will even look at it.
Hi andromida, I hope you can sort this out soonest. I research about it and all they suggest is to post in their forums, otherwise you need to wait more time. Hope you're nicely settled in the new country you are in as well.
I have posted about my problem in Adsene official forum, but no reply.
wait for the reply then, and I hope somebody comes along who has the same experience with you and they can advice you.
Hi Maita,How are you?Thanks for your response.I can do nothing but waiting
The best way is to post your query at the AdSense forum under the proper category. Some top contributor or an AdSense staff member will answer
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