Put that in Google and see what you get. Right in bold face print, you'll see this statement on many TOS violating websites.
My question to all Google AdWords advertisers, would you advertise on this type of content network website which is blatantly in violation of the Google TOS, simply for seemingly "guaranteed" clicks and traffic for likely extremely discounted rates? Does the potential exposure outweigh the blatant click fraud statements? I believe this can be considered a type of mass marketing. Has the effectiveness of this sort of advertising on AdWords been studied?
I intentionally posed this question in the AdWords forum to get opinions from advertisers. Now in this real-world scenario, you know ahead of time that the website's webmaster is actively condoning the policy of supporting the website by clicking the advertisers links with little/no interest in the advertisements themselves. Is it worthwhile to invest a portion of your website’s marketing budget into this form of marketing or can it be likened to throwing money out the window?