How to unlink my suspended youtube account from adsense?
My old Youtube account has been suspended for unkown reasons but the problem I have is that it is linked to my Google account I used for Adsense.
I'd like to create a new official Youtube account for my Gaming Website where we provide Gaming Reviews etc but if we was to ever get accepted into the Youtube Partner Program I wouldn't be able to use my Adsense as it is linked to a disabled account.
How do I get around this? I've not used my old Youtube account in a very long time.
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