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Does Bing Ads "suspend for life"?

Discussion in 'Yahoo & MSN' started by guest2, Nov 6, 2013.

  1. guest2

    guest2 Newbie

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    While I'm sure Bing Ads suspends accounts if they violate their rules, I'm curious if they have a "suspended for life" policy in the way Adwords does?
     
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    I didnt even know bing had ads :) did you get banned?
     
  3. guest2

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    Yes, it used to be called Microsoft AdCenter and now it's called Bing Ads. No, I didn't get banned. I've had some "suggestions" for ways I could get my site aligned with their rules...but I've just ignored them and they don't follow up. I'm curious if anyone has been "suspended for life" from Bing Ads...they seem way more mellow about enforcing rules than Adwords.
     
  4. mrblackjack

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    They do suspend for life, and will suspend any new account you'll open if they find out it was you.
     
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    Unfortunately... Yes!
     
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    In most cases, banning/suspending is for life. The solution is to create a new account with a new profile
     
  7. Elliot305

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    It just depends on how crafty and smart you are with signing back up. Although the old you is banned for life, create a new you and don't have anything the same from your first account. I can't tell you how many times I've been "banned" from a ppc platform only to get back in the same day. One time an advertising platform knew I was making so many accounts and they couldn't stop each one, they actually changed my campaign's names from something like "Ad 1" to "we know who you are" and "we're going to catch you" etc... They knew all my contact details were fake so contacting or finding me wouldn't do shit. Their only real way to contact me was to change my campaign names and hope I noticed. I did notice...but didn't care as I had them by the balls.
     
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    Everyone seems to ban for life now-a-days. The solution is always come up with something Unique!
     
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    Some marketplace sellers here are selling thousands of accounts.... If these services don't ban for life, they're fucked...it's just too big a volume to handle by just temp-bans.