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My Site dissaproved in violation of site policy-- I don't know why

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Hi,

 

I need some clarification on why my landing site is being disapproved? I have change the landing page url to a new domain from http://bforbiz.com/biz to be http://doktorbisnesinternet.com but still disapproved. Do I need to delete the old campaign? 

 

Please help me because I don't want my account be suspended.

 

 

Thanks.

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Re: My Site dissaproved in violation of site policy-- I don't know why

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Hi,

I think your landing page http://doktorbisnesinternet.com/ violate the Advertiser claims policy.

https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1331529?hl=en&ref_topic=1310871


How you mention exact amount of profit margin like that? also the highlighted "Secret Exposed" banner seems to be a problem also.

I'm sure @MosheTLV can help you more on this

Re: My Site dissaproved in violation of site policy-- I don't know why

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Your site is in EN, but it surely violates the "information harvesting" section of the Policy.
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Re: My Site dissaproved in violation of site policy-- I don't know why

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Hi Wazeen,

In order to get your landing page approved , you may want to consider some of the points below:

Remove any unverified offers from your ad. Alternately, ensure any offers promoted in your ad text are clearly and accurately displayed on your landing page, at most two clicks away from your ad's landing page, or through a basic search on your site.

Remove any competitive language from your ad. Alternately, provide support for your claims on your ad's landing page.

Remove the misleading claim or provide support on your landing page by an independent third party.

Verifiable claims in ads need to be supported on your site. Third party verification must come from someone unrelated to your site (i.e. cannot be a customer testimonial).

Cheers,
Vineesh..