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Non-standard punctuation - Non standard characters

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Hi all,

I am having trouble getting my ad approved due to non-standard punctuation

my headline is as below

 

Perth Buyer's Agent Find your property within 97 days.. Guaranteed! Or I pay you $200

 

can someone tell me exactly what is wrong with it?

thanks in advance,

Gavin

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Hi Gavin,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

I believe it's Repeated punctuation or symbols. You have two full stops after the word 97 days. 

 

My two cents. 

 

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Hi Gavin,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

I believe it's Repeated punctuation or symbols. You have two full stops after the word 97 days. 

 

My two cents. 

 

Thanks
Ratan

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Ratan-Jha is probably correct. You should check out the issue with the 2 full stops after 97. Change it to 1 and wait a day.

Good luck!

Re: Non-standard punctuation - Non standard characters

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I agree; it's the two periods in a row. FWIW, don't try to get around this using the ellipsis character (the one that looks like three periods in a row). I don't think we allow that one at all.

 

Laura

Ads Review Engineer