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WHAT A RIP OFF!!!

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i have a billing threshold of £500.00 or 30 days - In November 2012 Google took £281.80 on 1st Nov and  then £132.18 on 23rd Nov. I rang to complain and was told it was a technical issue. Getting money in early to help pay tax avoidance lawyers probably. Google has gone right down in my opinion.

 

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Hi Willp,

 

Are you on post-pay?

 

I'm curious, did you receive the clicks on your ads and the subsequent traffic to your site (along with potential leads/sales etc) prior to these payments being made? 

 

Did you not notice this until now?  It is the middle of January.  30 days between payments is normal, it appears that they were 7 days early...

 

Is there more to the story here?  Can you elaborate on the "Rip Off".

 

-Tom

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Tom

not on post pay as far as i know - automatic payments.

I receive ad clicks every day.

when i noticed is not relevant.

taking money earlier than the agreed time is a ripoff - improves googles cashflow no doubt.