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AdCenters' first response was to direct me to the MSN Search tradmark violation page which requires sending trademark documentation and can only be filed by the trademark owner.
I responded that it was not a MSN Search problem, but and AdCenter problem since the ad is in serious violation the ad editorial guidlines.
Now three weeks later the ad continues to display (BTW the keyword is in the top 1000 keywords list).
Shouldn't AdCenter remove the ad once they have been informed? Are they really going to make me contact the company whose URL is being used to have the ad removed?
I'm sure that lots of advertisers have tried to get away with a lot of things on AdCenter and the Google and Yahoo conterparts. The point is that I informed Adcenter about an ad with serious violations of their own editorial guidlines and they refuse to remove the ad.