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Wondering why my client's site was suspended

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Can someone please let me know why this page was suspended? What rules are we breaking so I can fix please. http://supplementreviewsite.info/depression-reviews/confidrex-reviewed.html

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Hi;
This site violates the "healthcare and medicine" and the advertiser claims sections of the Policy,
I am afraid that here could be no fix. The products you promote cannot be advertised on Google

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MosheTLV are you saying we can not advertise any supplements to sell through Google or just this particular one has problems? I am trying to understand what on this page breaks the rule, this is not a drug it is a supplement.

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Hi Smoky

https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176031

This link will display to you the policy regarding supplements.

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I really don't see where my site that is in questions breaches this policy. I am not advertizing anything others aren't too and in a similar way? What now?

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Hello again;

Well....  I am a bit surprised since The Policy is clear. Smiley Surprised
>>"Google AdWords doesn't allow the promotion of the following pharmaceuticals and supplements, irrespective of any claims of legality:

  • Non-government approved or non-prescription products that are marketed in a way that implies that they're safe or effective for use in preventing, curing, or treating a particular disease or ailment"

All you your website is about curing illnesses....

 

Also the claims made are not supported by common scientific research, and I also  assume that there are risk associated - those are not listed. (A violation of the user safety section)
But, the main reason is claiming that supplements have curing proretises,  while they are not medications.

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in addition, the policies related to advertiser-claims, which
were mentioned, and the acceptable-business-model policies,

which also might apply, should be detailed here:
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1331529
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1050602