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Discussion in 'Google Adsense' started by chatman2222, Feb 26, 2010.

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  1. chatman2222

    chatman2222 Member

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    So a long time ago I was banned from adsense for some minor click fraud. Now i would obviously like to overturn the ban, as i don't really see any worthwhile alternatives to adsense.

    has anyone here had any luck overturning a ban/any advice on how to accomplish this?

    Cheeers
     
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  3. Skinner

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    You have 2 hope, and I can tell you bob hope is dead.

    You have no hope at all.
     
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    There are lots of alternatives to Adsense
     
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    So which ones have worked best for you? Has any other advertising network got the depth and range of ads that are on Adsense?

    Stephen.
     
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    I'm not sure if it would work, but there may be a way around the ban. If you register a limited company (a separate legal entity), a domain in the company's name, set up an email address and use the registered office hosted by a solicitor then all of your details will be different. Because you are banned and not the company it may work. I haven't actually checked Google's Ts and Cs though so this is only a path to look into.
     
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    I know Adsense is the best in many/ most cases. Just wanted to offer Chatman a bit of hope!:(

    I'd guess Alex's idea is worth looking at........
     
  8. chatman2222

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    I guess I'll just have to plead!

    Thanks for the responses!
     
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    Sorry chatman, You seriously need to accept that google won't rock with you again, they won't even answer you.

    Yahoo is your best bet if you have high traffic 100,000 hits +, adbrite and blacklabelads are not too bad either. If you have a blog site with 10k+ UV daily you can apply to blogads which are VERY VERY good.

    Another member here suggested using families address and different bank details and different websites.
     
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    new credit card, new account.

    or use adbrite.
     
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    Even if it's the same name and address?
     
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    You need a different address and bank details, the name can be the same. You cant use any domains used on the other account either.
     
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    Oh right, didn't know that. There might be hope for you yet then chatman.
     
  14. Skinner

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    Most the people I have spoken to have rented a PO Box or Mail Box or used their work address, you can get these for about £10 a month on the cheap.

    Same Name, New Address, New Bank Details, NONE of the same domain names or email addresses.

    That seems to be the method, I really need to do it myself but never get around to it.
     
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    new domain name
    new credit card
    wifes name
    same address

    don't p#ss them off again !
     
  16. chatman2222

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    People keep mentioning bank details/credit card details..

    Don't they send a cheque to your address? This is adsense not adwords.

    Cheers
     
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    they pay direct into your bank account.
     
  18. alex

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    I thought there was the option of cheque or bank transfer, whatever you choose.
     
  19. Skinner

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    I haven't signed up in a while but I recall you having to verify the details you provide to prove who you are.

    I would rather not risk my address (if using same) flagging up in the print process, so would verify by bank
     
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    But problem is, won't you be ultimately wanting to put it on the same url / website?

    Google will spot this and just ban you again. Sure you could convince them you had sold one to a new owner and the whois could confirm but not 5-10+

    In my opnion there is no way to get this back from what I have heard.
     
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    It smacks a bit of fraud too!
     
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