Hey Guys, I am looking for some advanced help. I am trying to setup multiple standalone accounts and have run into a roadblock that I am sure someone here can help with. The problem is any new account I open up immediately has it's cc auto declined. I know this is normal etc etc if Google ties you into past accounts or you are a security risk, but I cant tell how they are finding out. Here is what I am doing: - new remote server (unique IP, datacenter etc). - new non free email address something like bobby AT clickhappy.info (unique IP) - working mastercard (real name, fake address, real phone) - picking random display url to submit (dont want to give real yet or I lose all my work if declined.) Once I get to the payment page I fill in details and BAM instant auto decline. I am 100% sure they are not declining because of cc details. CC works fine on MSN and Adwords has randomly accepted other cc's before for no reason. These are no prepaid/virtual cards. They are legit through bank. It is so instant though it is like I triggered a flag elsewhere when setting up the account. There is no way they are looking up the cc and/or address/phone that quick, plus they dont run AVS. The name I give Adwords matches what is registered with cc company. Of course, not my real name Phone number also rings, but is unique. Address is a real address, but not on the card. I am totally lost. Works fine on MSN and everything seems like it could not be traced or flagged as a security risk. A few ideas I have why: - corporate IP from server (they have accepted accounts before for me doing this though). - email address (registered through same registrar but all private whois. Next test is .com with unique registrar/account) - email domain is too new? (registered on the same day) My feeling is it is email related. I am registering new domain that day. Setting up email through remote desktop server. Google sends email confirmation and clicking link from server and then I continue account setup process. Anybody have any ideas what is tracking back or labeling me as a security risk?