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Student Loans Suspension

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We keep getting suspended for student loan forgiveness help. Google has yet to tell me exactly what the issue is other than Untrustworthy Behavior.

Can someone take a look at my site(s) and tell me what exactly needs to be revised to be compliant? Thank you!

http://get-rid-of-studentloan-debt.com/

 

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http://studentloans-forgiveness.com/

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Student Loans Suspension

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Hey Alexander,

 

If google has labeled your account with "Untrustworthy Behavior" it is because they believe that you are "concealing or misstating information about the business, product, or service" and the only way you are likely to get it approved is by submitting an appeal from https://support.google.com/adwords/contact/pf_suspended

 

Untrustworthy means that Google has found the business model fundamentally unreliable. So regardless of what we say in the community you will need to contact Google for this one.

 

For more information about the issue is here: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6020955?hl=en

 

Student Loans Suspension

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I understand that, I wasn't expecting anyone's response other than hopefully a Google rep. I anticipate their response and directly.

The suggested links have been used and awaiting a direct call to further explain as to what exactly is the issue. Thank you.

 

Student Loans Suspension

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Hi Alexander,

 

The best way for you to get in touch with a rep is to click on the cogwheel in the upper right corner of the AdWords account and select HELP where you can identify multiple options for that. This forum is a discussion board where anyone is welcome to ask and reply.

 

Best,

Lakatos

 

Student Loans Suspension

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There's a great misunderstanding when it comes to student loan solutions. Loan servicing companies (like Sallie Mae/Navient) represent the lender & themselves—not the borrower. Their services may be "free" but they are extremely inadequate. This is clear by skyrocketing default rates & numerous lawsuits against loan servicing companies. Suggesting a borrower must ONLY use a loan servicer is like insisting everyone use a "public defender" since their services are free. How short-sighted is that?