HuskyPup - 5:48 pm on Nov 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
I reviewed your AdWords account 'xxx-xxx-xxxx' and noticed that you have created a campaign with ad and keywords directing to the website 'xxx.com' and since the website is violation our webmaster guidelines policy it has been disabled to run through AdWords.
The first part of this sentence indicates to me "arbitrage" which would indicate why it has been disabled...that's a possible guesstimate I'm making.
And this policy is something which is not an advertising policy but a Google search related one.
Google, it is very bad grammar to start a sentence with a conjunction however again it may be suggesting "arbitrage". What was the famous BMW demotion penalty a few years back?
When a site gets disabled in Google Search it would be disabled for Webmaster Guidelines policy. And unless it is re-enabled in Google Search your website cannot be allowed to advertise with AdWords.
They're trying to give you a hint here as to what they feel is wrong, it is a Webmaster Guidelines policy, there is something wrong with your site, seemingly there is not an advertising issue, presumably not arbitrage!
Ok I've stated the obvious therefore you need someone with fresh eyes to look at the site to see if there is anything obvious you may have missed ... it's always the blindingly simple things which are usually the culprit yet rarely can one see it oneself.