account suspended with no explanation
"Thanks for your patience while our specialists reviewed your account. I'm sorry to say that after reviewing your account, it has come to our attention that your Google AdWords accounts do not comply with our Terms and Conditions. As a result, your account, and any related accounts you may have created, have been suspended.
As you may recall, the Terms and Conditions to which you agreed to when you signed up for AdWords state that Google reserves the right to review and stop running any ads when deemed necessary. You can review these Terms and Conditions here: https://adwords.google.co.uk/select/tsandcsfinder.
- If you are a prepay customer and have a balance remaining on your account, please visit http://adwords.google.com/support/aw/bin/answer.py?hl=en_GB&answer=8440 to learn how you can request a refund for the remaining balance. Please note that the activation fee and any service adjustments are non-refundable.
- Please refrain from creating any new accounts, as they will be subject to the same suspension.
- For privacy reasons, AdWords Support is unable to provide any additional information regarding this account.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Re: account suspended with no explanation[ Edited ]
June 2012 - last edited June 2012
Its hard to say what exactly the issue is without providing more detail; for example the website address you were trying to send traffic to, keywords you were trying to bid on, etc.
Google does have a support line that you can call, which has always been helpful when I've used it. They may be able to provide an additional explaination for what occurred.
Please visit http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1385067 for phone number support.
Re: account suspended with no explanation
It seems that your account has been already reviewed for the second time, (since email is signed by a real person).
We could have a look at your URL to try to figure the reason, but, chances are very slim/ rare / "null" that the account would be un-suspended.
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