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Hi,

 

I have an account with my billing details etc in it. I want to allow my SEO access but not to my billing details. How can I do that? He needs to be able to change the campaigns etc but not to access the billing portion of the interface. I dont want him seeing my card details. 

 

Thanks 

 

Gian

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Accepted by topic author Kupuma C
September 2015

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Hi Kupuma,

Unfortunately, I'm unable to find the Help Center doc that outlines the varying levels of account access. It used to be here: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/3207322?hl=en&rd=1

But, what I can say is that the billing info for linked MCC managers (User interface and API) is definitely hidden (well the card numbers are masked). I think your only option to allow editing access for an individual link directly to your account (no MCC involved) would have to be standard access.

-Tommy
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Hello Tommy,

 

Check out the &rd=1 at the end of your URL Smiley Happy

 

It is a bug in the help center that I found here : link  , you need to open a new browser where you are not logged in a google account and search for the documentation, otherwise every time you open the page you get a new redirect like &rd=2 , &rd=3 to a new content.

 

When you view the link outside it is this one (notice the different number after /answer/ :

 

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704346?hl=en

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Hey Adrian,

 

Thanks - that's definitely not right...I had to reboot in order to see the information, I don't need it but hopefully the OP will be able to see what is needed.

 

-Tommy

 

 

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