Network partner disabled for invalid activity
To protect our proprietary detection system, we're unable to provide our publishers with specific information about the violation, including specific web pages, users, or third-party services that might have been involved.
Google has the sole discretion to determine instances of invalid activity. We treat invalid activity very seriously, analyzing all clicks and impressions to determine whether they fit a pattern of use that might artificially drive up an advertiser's costs or a publisher's earnings. If we determine that a network partner account might pose a risk to our advertisers, we may disable that account to protect our advertisers' interests.
To learn more about the most common reasons that accounts are disabled, see our top reasons for account closure.
We understand your concern about the actions taken against your network partner’s account. Our actions are the result of careful investigations by our team of dedicated specialists, weighing the interests of our advertisers, publishers, and users. Consequently, we are unable to consider appeals of this decision.
Publishers disabled for invalid activity on Ad Exchange (AdX) are not allowed any further participation in AdSense or Ad Exchange. Creating new network partner accounts for these network partners is not allowed.
You will not be able to monetize any network partners disabled for invalid activity. Additionally, we may deduct earnings related to the disabled network partner in the 60 days prior to disabling it from your account. These earnings, including Google's share, will be properly returned to the affected advertisers.
Keep in mind that while we have systems in place to detect invalid activity, you are responsible for regularly reviewing traffic and ad implementations from your account, including from your network partners. Extensive or repeated instances of invalid activity from your network partners may pose a risk to your Ad Exchange (AdX) account.
Per the AdX Seller Program Guidelines, you may not monetize network partner sites that were previously disapproved by Google.