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Hi there!

I wonder whether anyone can help me. I've met an ad in google search that redirects to other site promoting bets. I've send a complaint to Google three times within a month but no feedback. I've contacted Google Support but still nothing as they told me they are not responsible for it. So is anything that can be done?

here is a link for a site:

https://www.google.ru/aclk?sa=L&ai=DChcSEwjbrMnQiITOAhXCSXIKHWoLCvgYABAA&sig=AOD64_0xYyLEvg9wCjj_Y7i...

 

here where it redirects

https://1xspors.com/?btag=x_5779y_1365c_&affid=4998&siteid=5779&adid=1365&=

 

this is an ad screenshot

http://prntscr.com/bvl9cq

 

1xbet is an international gambling company

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
July 2016

Re: Gambling, betting

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Hi,

Since you have contacted support 3 times chances are you cannot do more for now but be patient a bit. You may be assured those in charge are investigating the issue. However, there might be a substantial overload of duties for them and also factor in that catching the bad guys is not always an easy or quick job.

Best,
Lakatos

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July 2016

Re: Gambling, betting

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Hi,

Since you have contacted support 3 times chances are you cannot do more for now but be patient a bit. You may be assured those in charge are investigating the issue. However, there might be a substantial overload of duties for them and also factor in that catching the bad guys is not always an easy or quick job.

Best,
Lakatos