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Adsense A/c Suspended for no reason of mine.
Please read and give your valuable suggestions!

 4:33 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

I had been an Adsense publisher for the past 7-8 Months.Never received any problem.From the 15th of Last month i am unable to login to my Adsense Control Panel.I had reported it to their Support Team and asked them to reset.To my badluck, the person who got my password (may be i think) had changed the email address in Adsense control Panel.But still i had reported everything to Google.I got a reply that the matter will be investigated and i will get a reply in 3 or 4 days and i mailed them saying that i had removed my Adsense code from my website and will place it when i get control over my Adsense Control Panel.Today i got a reply that Adsense account had been suspended.I had replied to Googe with all the conversations between me and their Support Executive.
Now waiting for reply from their end.

Please give your valuable suggestions (No one liners please)

-Faithful Adsense Client.



 4:55 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

welcome to the club :D


 4:59 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

I would like to add the following to my statement.
Actually i had removed my Adsense Code from my Website from the day i lost control over my account.And today i got a mail saying my account was suspended because of Click Fraud.How can a click fraud take place when there are no ads displaying and not take place when ads were displaying.

Fryman:I didnt get you


mike schmitz

 5:04 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

I'm guessing that you took the code down as either a) guilt or b) so that when Google came knocking on your door, you could say "I don't even have the ads on my site".

Most likely b. Good chance you commmitted click fraud. You are why companies don't advertise online.

Fryman was commenting that this was yet another post by someone who is complaining that their account was disabled AND this is their first post in this forum.

Lot of people never try for better or worse to take part in this community until they are shut down.

Try a new career.


 5:07 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hi, just curious, are you the same person as adamallen? You both got cancelled at the same time, and in your initial posts announcing the fact you said this:
...No one liners please

and he said this, in the infamous "I lost $304,000 [webmasterworld.com]" thread:
...I'm not interested in one line off the cuff comments.

Strange coincidence.


 5:10 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

No,I am Jim & i came to know of this forum only today throgh one of my friend.


 5:26 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

As soon as your account is suspended, you would no longer be able to login, I believe it says no account is found with that email address. So "resetting" the password would not work.

And in order to change an email address, there are plenty of steps and criteria someone would need to follow, which would require access to your account information:

I would be willing to bet your account was suspended for invalid clicks back on the 15th, which would be the reason behind your login problems.


 5:28 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

There have been many "I got banned" threads in the past, some of which contain very useful information. It would be well worth spending some time reading them.


 6:46 am on Sep 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

AdsenseClient, do you remember which error message was displayed when you tried to logon to the the AdSense system at the 15th? If it was something like "This logon name is associated with an unapproved application" it is most likely an account ban. A message about an incorrect email address or password is shown when you made a typo, or someone hacked your account and changed the password.

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