About 10 years ago I had a website and used adsense for a while. After a couple of months adsense was disabled and the reason given was false clicking on impressed ads. I had no recourse. Guilty was their response. I have reapplied today. If rejected on this try will I be able to use Ebay, Amazon, Chittika of which I have been accepted. Thank you.
When Google cancels an account for fraudulent activity, unless you can prove it otherwise, there is no recourse.
In order to use eBay on this site, you must use HubPages eBay program, which requires that you have a HubPages Ad account in good standing, which in turns requires AdSense.
You cannot use Chitika on this site.
It's really worth it to read the rules of website in which you wish to participate.
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