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Why is my account on hold still after I have paid

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I just made a $50 payment about an hour ago and yet my account is still on hold to place ads. Why is this happening, and you all dont have anyone working right now.

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Re: Why is my account on hold still after I have paid

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It's a normal delay, especially on weekends while payment and keywords/ads are checked and approved.

Should be live in a few hours.

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I am getting same problem. was cancelled my new account and decided to reopen it and use for my ads. i don't have any money on it right now so went to deposit some. it says "contact with us to remove on hold status"
i have reactive my account about an hours ago and trying to deposit. is the problem for this?

or just my account has a problem. note: i was deposited $20 then cancelled account and now i can see the $20 has refunded me. now need deposit again but getting on hold status.

Let me know if you have a good solution for me.

Re: Why is my account on hold still after I have paid

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