Google Adsense banned me for no reason and won’t return my emails!

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Google Adsense customer service is non existant and they banned me for no reason!

I have a website that I won’t list its name on here due to the fact that that it could and probably would result in negative implications from Google. Anyway it’s a finance related blog and it is quite popular in the search results and on the Internet. It currently receives over 5000 unique page views per day. That’s pretty good for a website that’s just one year old.

Well, the problem here is that I was using Google Adsense for advertising and it was doing really well. I was averaging $80-$100 a day off of their pay per click advertising. I was planning on adding more and more content to this website with the hopes of getting it up to 10,000 unique page views per day and between $200 and $300 a day in Google Adsense revenue.

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If I could do this I could then quit my day job working at Target as an assistant manager – I hate my job because it totally sucks. The long hours are really getting to me and I work with some really annoying people including my boss whom keeps flirting with me even though I’ve made blatantly clear that I’m not interested. I started this website venture for three reasons: 1) was to see if what a friend told me about the Internet and making money on it was really true and as easy as they said it was, 2) to make some extra money so I can afford to do the things I’ve always wanted to do (like getting a new car, my own house and maybe take a nice vacation or two), 3) to hopefully make enough money to where I could quit my job at Target – that would be awesome!

Anyway, so I researched it on the Internet and found that finance was a good niche to make money with and attract a lot of reders. I also found a good number of posts per day to do was four and so this was my goal – to create four quality posts each day about some kind of topic related to finance.

At first the going was slow and I didn’t have many readers for about three months. This is one Google started to pick up my website and ranking well for numerous keywords in the search. The traffic pretty much grew exponentially from then on to the point were I was getting between 5000 and 6000 unique visitors per day.

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Now my main source of income on it was Google Adsense. I had tried other sources like Clickbank, Adbrite, Bidvertiser, 7search and others but they didn’t even come close to the revenue or CPM (cost per thousand clicks) of Google Adsense. Adsense was paying out between 5 to 10 times more revenue and the Google adsense would go down when I used any of the other advertisers on the same page.

So I ran it strictly with Google adsense and I was bringing in towards the end as I earlier stated between $80 and $100 a day. I had big plans for this website and seeing how fast it had grown to where it is now I knew that it would be easy to continue what I was doing and in another year’s time I would be at the level of $200-$300 a day minimum in Adsense Revenue.

I began marking off and planning for the day when I would be able to tell my boss at Target to take my job and shove it.  Then out of nowhere, for no reason whatsoever, Google closed my Adsense account and said that they were going to be returning all the funds in the account to the advertisers and that this action was due to some kind of fraudulent clicking activity on my part that they had become aware.  So not only were they closing my account they were actually literally stealing my money that I earned for displaying these advertisers ads on my site.

Upon receiving this information I have tried to contact Google numerous times to no avail.  I have done nothing wrong.  I did not click on my ads nor did I encourage anyone to click on the ads.  It didn’t matter to me if it was Google, Adbrite or any of the other ones that I had used.  From the beginning I followed every part of Google’s TOS (Terms of Service) to the letter.  It has now been over two months and still not received any reply from Google whatsoever as to why they took these actions and what they think that I did that I know I did not do.

My site was not hacked and I have done nothing wrong.  In my opinion Google needs to do something with their customer service department as it basically does not exist and they need to look into this because they will find that they are wrong and I am right.  Maybe I need to take them to court and sue them over this.  Is that what I need to do to correct this?  If anyone has some advice on how to get through to Google and get my Google adsense account back up and get my monies returned I would greatly appreciate any advice that you have on this matter.  Or if someone knows someone at Google that could contact me to get this cleared up I would greatly appreciate that also.

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7 Responses to Google Adsense banned me for no reason and won’t return my emails!

  1. Tom on October 16, 2010 at 10:25 PM

    You are pretty much screwed. My Google Adsense was banned before they even placed any adds on my page, before they even activated the account. My blog was 12 hours old and had 13 pageviews and Adsense banned me. No idea why or how and no reply. At least I didn’t lose any money. But don’t expect a reply from google.

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  2. newskitten on November 2, 2010 at 3:24 AM

    my site also got banned but re enabled again
    and now it is banned again with no reason givven

    may be this link will help you

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  3. vincent centritto on December 5, 2010 at 12:46 PM

    google is a liberal company and a obama supporter, if your blog leans to the conservative or if your part of the tea party this could easily be the reason you are banned.

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  4. David Goldman on January 7, 2011 at 1:07 PM

    Everyone seems to be banning your accounts-Amazon, Craiglist and Google- yet you’ve done nothing wrong? You blog to get rich quick. It’s not inconceivable that someone as desperate as you would do anything thing they could to speed up the process.

    You chose to blog about finance not because you had the expertise, but because it yields the highest search results which you hoped to monetize. Thus I take what you’ve stated and your advice with a grain of salt.

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  5. Jeffrey on March 11, 2011 at 10:21 AM

    I have had several of my sites banned for no reason. I would highly recommend that you sue Google and present your case, this is the only way you will ever get their attention. I also had a huge ad-word campaign program and was banned for life and they only said I violated their terms of service; terms of service? As you can guess, none of my emails asking for an explanation were ever returned, I even called Google because this had cost me over 100K; they said on the phone, they didn’t care! Needless to say my case is pending in NC court system. Good luck and best wishes; these crooks need to be forced to play fair PERIOD!

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  6. tracy on April 4, 2011 at 11:07 PM

    Hey, what happened girl? Did you sue them? I got my site banned too and I was 8 year old customer, they don’t even care. They should have a better customer service and be a good example for all companies. Of course all my emails were no responded. :(

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  7. Zain on September 25, 2011 at 2:10 AM

    I Got banned too, I think I can Understand because I advertise in my Local Library where Everyone comes to do some research, and My site is an educational Site and the people looking to make a site, checked my site, Maybe Clicked my ads. Then Google Banned me. Over the course of 2 Months I had pulled in 13 Euros. Not Much, I know. But now all that Hard work has gone down the Drain. I emailed Google, telling them about this situation.

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