Help fixing the errors that brought about account disable
My account was recently disabled for the following reason:
"After reviewing our records, we've determined that your AdSense account
poses a risk of generating invalid activity. "
I'm at a loss, because I'm not sure what the activity is or how to fix it. I really want to be able to fix it, and send in an another appeal to Google (first one didn't cut it I guess). I've never clicked on my own adds, my site is relatively new, and I don't have any weird third party things going on.
The URL: http://www.allthingspvp.com/
It's just a gaming site my friends and I do as a hobby, it costs us $50 a month to our host and our Google account hadn't even made that much in the short time it was open. So I'm not sure why we are at risk?
Any help would be incredible. I really don't want to be banned for life for something that I can't control :(
That makes me really sad lol.
I can't afford to sustain the thing. $50 isn't much, but the time and the money is to me. I don't think I can compete with all the gaming sites that get adsense.
I wish there was a way to reach a human at Google :(
Thanks for your response though.
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