Perhaps Google could provide a form for reporting naughty ads?
Reporting ad violations is the easy part. Getting Google to review them in a timely manner is an exercise in frustration. On the weekdays, it usually takes a day or so for the naughty ads to disappear...that's bad enough. But as mortgagemax has been saying, there's virtually no support from Friday night until Monday morning -- about 2.5 days (1/3rd of the full week!).
In the meantime, the fraudulent ads can completely kill the impression count and/or CPC and/or CTR and most definitely the ROI of legitimate advertisers. Some businesses that rely on AdWords are severely crippled one-third of the time.
One would think that a company that makes billions of dollars could afford to have a handful of customer support staff available 24x7. Or better yet, they should get just fix the programming in the AdWords engine so it catches these problems when ads are created.
[edited by: Rehan at 1:31 am (utc) on Dec. 10, 2007]