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.
Are yo sure you havent been banned? If not, contact adminstration.You hsouldn't have ot reapply if it is an oversight.
It is disabled . I have a payment to receive 211$ next month which i think i lost
I think AdSense are the only people who can help you.
You need to speak to adsense. Only they can change this.
Perhaps one of the photographers you steal work from has complained to google? This happens all the time. In which case you are not likely to get it restored. Sorry
Mark, that is not the case i think. Like Ananta mentioned they send the same kind of mail
Mentioning some bull@@@@ blog name which is not belongs to me
I have a similar problem. This morning I received the following mail:
I have absolutely nothing to do with the website they mention, haven't even visited it.
Ya same kind of mail i got from AdSense the blog which they have mentioned is not belongs to me either
Ananta is your account running ads in your HP
I haven't checked all of my hubs, but in the few I've looked at the ads are gone
Bugger. I wonder if someone is using other peoples adsense id's on dodgy sites just to get them banned.
Is it possible to use some others publisher id without knowing
Ok, thanks Mark.
How long it will take to get a reply from AdSense Team
Adsense code theft is a problem that has been around for a while.
It's frighteningly easy for someone to set anyone up.
Google are aware of it, and you need to contact them - as has previously been advised.
If at all possible, give them a list of the legitimate site on which you publish your code - and ask them to ban the rest.
http://labnol.blogspot.com/2006/09/when … rs-on.html
Well, the AdSense Support team responded quite quickly.
Apparently malicious people out there can indeed ‘borrow’ your AdSense code and put that on their site. For this reason, Google has introduced the function “Allowed sites”.
Here’s how you do that.
Thanks every one. I have sent the mail to AdSense Support team
I don't know what they are going to come up with
Is there any specific mail id whom to contact
Ananta i have just gone through your blog, there is no google ads on blog
I got an email about this too. I made sure it was made very clear to Google's folks that any site other than Hubpages and the one other site I have going is unauthorized and using my adsense code without my consent, and I got a generic "Sorry for the troubles" email in return.
Another thing to be careful about. If you use an Adsense widget ready template (Wordpress for example) for your blog (separate from Hubpages) it will usually have someone else's Adsense ID in the code. You're supposed to change it to your own, obviously, but this doesn't always happen. So if you're selling (or giving away) templates hoping that someone will forget to change the ID, be aware that you have no idea what type of content they will be placing on that template. You could be banned for doing absolutely nothing wrong-except trying to be a little greedy.
Now, somebody please explain to me why in the world they want to place your or my adsense code to their website? What are the benefits for them?
Thanks for the tip Eric - I have implemented it. Misha you asked my question: why on earth would you do it ?
I too would be interested to know the answer to Misha's question.
I guess I better go and restrict my sites, too - there are quite a few people around I offend on a daily basis
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