My trials with Google Adsense...
First published at Qondio:
I have posted the following message because it is genuine and proven to be so. Why? About 12 months ago I sent a number of messages to Google Adsense asking why my account had been disabled. All monies I had earned were forfeited. Up until this point in time I had not received a single answer from Google Adsense. The following message received today insinuated that they may not reply to this appeal if they have already received a prior one. The law of natural justice demands that people are entitled to know exactly what evidence has been collected against them. Surely? Not to do so amounts to professional arrogance. I encourage readers to comment on this matter, because it could happen to them.
Re: [#511342411] Invalid Activity Appeal
Reply |Google AdSense to me
show details 10:17 AM (2 hours ago)
This message confirms that we've received your appeal submission.
We'll get to your appeal as soon as we can, though due to the high volume
of emails we receive, it may take us up to a week or more to process it.
If you've previously submitted an appeal for this account, you might not
receive a response to this or future appeals.
Also, please be aware that appealing the disabling of your AdSense account
does not guarantee that it will be reinstated.
If you have any questions or concerns about accounts disabled for invalid
activity, please visit
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
The Google AdSense Team
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