nic01ae - 10:07 am on May 15, 2012 (gmt 0)
I received some days ago a notification that "during a recent review of your account we found that you are currently displaying Google ads in a manner that is not compliant with our program policies... EXAMPLE PAGE: site/page.html"
That page was a medical article about sexual dysfunctions. The problem is that I deleted long time ago that site, including the page given as example, and the domain name is now redirecting to another site that has nothing to do with the previous topic.
I hoped that Google will see that that site is no more active.
Today, I have received a new notification that "After reviewing your site, we've found that the previous violation was not corrected, or we’ve found another violation. Therefore, we've disabled ad serving to your site."
So Google disabled ad serving to a site that was deactivated long time before those notifications.
1. Is it possible that Google makes the verifications using the cache of the old sites, without taking a look to see if there is an update?
2. How to contact Google AdSense support to report this problem (I checked but I saw no possibility for this)?