I own a marketing company and we have been doing AdWords for many years for our own and client's websites. I have a new client that wanted to start a campaign. I created and submitted the ad and for some reason my ad was not approved. I looked and it stated "landing page violations". I took a look at the landing page, saw no issues and re-submitted my ad. Same thing happened...made no sense. So I looked at their landing page again and didn't see any issues but had them just change something to make it a little different. Re-submitted the ad again and now my entire AdWords account has been shut down for trying to continually run a bad ad with the same issues. I call Google and speak to a level two specialist. Are you ready for this...my account was banned for two websites that I do not own, nor do I run ads for them any longer. I had run ads for these sites about 11 months ago and no longer do. To top it off, the sites have since not been renewed by the owners and are owned by two different registrars. The violation and the reason my AdWords account was banned was the fact that the "landing pages" for these two sites are framed by the companies that now own them. I told Google to look up the Whois for the accounts and they can see I do NOT own the sites and I cannot make changes to something I do not own nor control. They keep telling me that they monitor ALL the sites ads ran on for 12 - 18 months after the ad runs. I told them the last time I ran an ad was 11 months ago so in a month I would be good....correct? NO...since we have in the file the domains that are causing the account to be non-active, they will have to be corrected "before" we can re-instate the account. Has this ever happened to you? Short of just trying to buy the two domains (which I shouldn't have to do) and having the index page blank or have some smart a-s message like, "Is This Better Google" on it, what do I do. I don't think I can win with only talking to a level two support person. I have tried to get to their supervisor and they tell me until I resolve the issue, there is no need to escalate my ticket. Any suggestions?