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Hi, two banners out of my campaign got the status approved (adult). Roamer is a Travel-Telecom mobile app for Android and iPhone. The banners are advertising the rates for roaming calls and linking to Apple Appstore. What could have gone wrong?

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Hi,
Do you use any sexual images or language in your ad or on the ad's website or any of these conditions in the following URL?
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176004?hl=en
If so, resubmit your ad for review by editing your ad, remove this content and save.

If you think that your ads don't contain any content that is considered to be "approved (adult)" , so you should contact adwords support.

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Hi,
Do you use any sexual images or language in your ad or on the ad's website or any of these conditions in the following URL?
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176004?hl=en
If so, resubmit your ad for review by editing your ad, remove this content and save.

If you think that your ads don't contain any content that is considered to be "approved (adult)" , so you should contact adwords support.

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This is probably a mistake by the bots. Please call customer service and ask them to recheck the ads.
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