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where this site violates google's site or user safety policy?

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Hi,

I am a delhi based webmaster and site developer. I made this site, third-partysupport.com for one of my client after reading all site and ad related policies. But now, the client says that this site failed to meet the google criteria.

Posting here after scratching my head for almost a week. Still unable to find, which policies the client or google wants to meet :-/

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Re: where this site violates google's site or user safety policy?

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Hi,

 

I'll quote one of our Community Managers here:

 

Original post can be found here:  https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Ad-Approvals-and-Advertising/account-suspended-tech-support/...

 

Please read the following notice in regards to your tech support questions and issues:

 

"The primary priority of our policies is to protect our User's Safety. Per the User Safety Policy, we we do not allow businesses that we feel may pose a harm to our users. To that end we have longstanding policies against ads, websites, and businesses that appear to be generally deceptive or misleading to our users.

 

We take many factors into consideration when assessing User Safety compliance. Our review is extensive and we cover a number of areas to ensure we are reaching an accurate conclusion. In many cases it is the fundamentals of the business itself is the primary concern.


As always if you have any concerns about this, you can contact support via email or submit a suspension appeal here."

 

-Tommy

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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