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Disrespectful Moshe -Who the hell do you think you are?

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Disrespectful Moshe - "You are correct; That is a risk you'll have to take. (That after fixing the domains  - you will not be un-suspended)"

 

Who the hell do you think you are.  Google is not the only advertising medium in the world.  Just the one that treats its paying customers the worst.

 

You get a zero for customer service and compassion and as usual Google gets a zero for common sense.

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Re: Disrespectful Moshe -Who the hell do you think you are?

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Well... These are the facts, and we rather say it  "clear and loud"  to users before they put the time and money fixing a suspended site (aka transparency)

 

No one can guarantee that after fixing a site, and appealing for un-suspension, Google would un-suspend the account. Many factors are involved:  those are not disclosed by Google (e.g past history violations...)

 

So,  the fact and the truth (though not always "pleasing")  are that a user could put time, and spend money on fixing a website, and at the end,  would NOT  get the account reinstated. This is called a risk. 

 

-Moshe

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