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So, I wake up and check my reports, and I discover a number of clicks from a particular blog on blogspot, and all from a particular country (which is well represented here, and has a large population, but a somewhat suspect adsense reputation).
They are fraudulent. Fine. So, here's the point. What I do IMMEDIATELY, is a) turn off blogspot as a site for my ads, and b) exclude the entire country. If I get a few more fraud clicks, I'll disable the entire content network.
If you have a legit blogspot site, or you focus on that country, guess what. Sorry, it's business. Can't afford to lose money.
Next time you wonder how fraud affects you, consider how it affects the innocent.
No leeway here. If I was in _________ and ___________ I'd be working to cleanup my countrymen/women and i I made blogspot money same thing, cause they're picking people's pockets!
I don't have time to watch each site for banning.
It's not going to stop the cheaters. And it just reminds the "innocent" of things that may hurt their efforts but are out of their control. It's not like a group of the innocent are going to charter a plane to the offending country and beat up a few AdSense publishers.
This message should be sent to AdSense, that's where you'll find the people who could actually do something about it.