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adsense stupid?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by N.Paul, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. N.Paul

    N.Paul Newbie

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    Hi. Recently, I buy 1 adsense account, but now after 2 mouth I realised that one old units appears on another domain(not me) and that domain load porno content. I set on my account to show ads only on my domain, but I want to remove there ads for more security. How can I remove an older units? Or it's a possibility to rename, or make change (name or something like that) ?

    PS: I write an email to contact the administrator, but he didn't response me ! What can I do in this situation?
     
  2. webwhizz

    webwhizz Power Member

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    oh dear that wont last long then, porn is a big no no for google, get a fresh ip and start over new bank acc, new sites, etc
     
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    JonnyBorneo Regular Member

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    Go into adsense control panel and delete ad units you don't use? Simple.
     
  4. N.Paul

    N.Paul Newbie

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    Simple? Adsense doesn't give me permision to detele ad units
     
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    If you don't have permission for that on the account, you don't have full access to the account.
     
  6. N.Paul

    N.Paul Newbie

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    I have full permision for that account. I have full access on that account, but adsense doesn't permit to delete the unit. It's a new rule, I think. Do you have any solution?