YouTube flagged one of your videos as inappropriate. They stated it was reviewed by the YouTube Team against their Community Guidelines and upon review, they had determined that the following video contain content in violation of these guidelines, and had been disabled. Also, my account had received one Community Guidelines warning strike, which will expire in six months. Additional violations would result in the suspension of my account...etc. I appealed because it was a fairly plain product review video detailing the features and benefits of the product. It had been up over a year and was viewed less than 1,000 times. They denied my appeal and upheld their decision that my video violated a Community Guideline. My violation? Within the video description I included a "to find out more" context link to my Amazon product description/cataloge page for that. According to YouTube, this is considered a scam/spam link. Everyone hates spam. Misleading descriptions, tags, titles or thumbnails designed to increase views are not allowed. It's also not okay to post large amounts of untargeted, unwanted or repetitive content, including comments and private messages. This was the only video of this type I had posted, so I can not say this is a carte-blanche situation. I just thought I would share this. It may be worth some consideration.