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Google is preparing a Lawsuit for click fraud,against you.
They also asked me to fill out a survey on their customer support.
Personally, I think they could make the issue of accidental clicking a moot point if they would allow us to set an IP address or range of IP addresses for which clicks would not be registered. Would also give us a remedy to nip click fraud in the bud as well...
joined:Nov 16, 2004
Google does give warning for as little as 2 clicks.
Depends on the site. If they don't want Adsense on their site, they'll remove you from the program when one fraudulent-seeming click happens (as opposed to others, like myself, who have accidentally clicked on ads more than once and not been removed).
Then while working on my print stylesheet, I was astounded to see an advertisers page appear in the print preview window--I had clicked to give it focus and *gasp* clicked an ad.
Well, I quickly logged in and confessed my sin. And what do you know: the channel data that materialized two days later showed my single click, and earnings of zero for the day. So they did neutralize it upon recieving my report.
I feel better (a few cents better) for making sure the advertiser got credited. Other than that wrinkle, my story is pretty ordinary. Got the same form letter response mentioned above.