I really didn't want to make this type of post but I feel like I have no choice since I found out about AdBuff on here. To give you a little background, my site has been accepted into like 10 different Ad networks including an Ad network I get paid regularly with making $8 per 1,000 views. Adsense recently banned me due to one of my writers trying to fleece me out of dough which led me to try AdBuff. So I applied, turned another one of my ad networks off and inserted AD Buff's code in its place. All was good. Here's my traffic for the days I tested AdBuff out. I tested them out for a week until this happened. One of my posts on my site had gone viral over a 3-day stretch so I made sure that I had AdBuff's ads turned on to really give them a good test. Here's the traffic for day 1: Day 2: Day 3 (Back to normal flow for my site): Notice how much of the traffic came from search engines and Facebook. This is legit traffic. Just to prove my point, here's a screenshot of one of my Native Networks for the 3-day period. This to me validates the traffic as I was getting actual human clicks on several ads throughout my site and actually got some newsletter signups as well. Now the only problem was that when I logged into AdBuff, I saw over 140K impressions with like $34 being made so I was little perturbed since many on BHW, whom I now believe to maybe be agents for AdBuff, made it seem like they were a good alternative to Adsense so I was expecting at least $1.50-$2 RPM, instead my ECPM was only .24 cents. A far cry from the other networks I was running in this same period. So I sent them an email asking them why eCPM was so low, and then I got this weird cryptic email back that doesn't make any sense at all based on the above numbers: "Dear Publisher, We are very sorry to inform you that we have been unable to find advertisers to bid on the impressions for your site. For more information about traffic quality, please see the following page: https://adbuff.freshdesk.com/soluti...7-my-site-was-removed-due-to-traffic-quality- We are sorry and hope that if you have another site with better traffic, you will give us a try. Thanks, Adbuff Moderation Team" All of this traffic is legit and for the week trial of AdBuff, half that time an article went viral on site and brought in a lot of impressions. Most likely they won't cash me out, and that's the reason why they did that. I followed the link in the email and noticed this: "When this occurs, this is not an account ban and you will still be paid for your accrued earnings. You will just not be able to earn any future income from the site that was removed." So I am hoping that this is true although I haven't met their minimum yet. I sent them a similar email to what I posted here with these screenshots and everything as well, so we'll see if they respond. I can understand that if they don't like my site, they could have rejected it to begin with. I guess I'm a little disappointed as I was looking for an Adsense alternative and really thought that based on the reviews I saw here that Adbuff could be that one. Oh well! You live and you learn. They say I can reapply again when the traffic improves but not understanding what kind of traffic they're actually expecting out of people if over 100k impressions isn't enough in a 3-day window. It's almost as if as soon as I questioned them about my ECPMs being low they decided they didn't want to pay me and banned my site.