How to defeat the Google ad network scammer?
If you’re an AdSense user who’s been scammed by Google AdWords, the answer may be something like this: Google is using a new ad network called Optimizely to target ads with low cost, high conversion rates.
It’s the latest in a string of attempts by the company to manipulate its audience.
The company has been using the OptimizeLite platform for some time, and the company’s CEO, John Chen, says it has helped the company raise $100 million.
The site is supposed to work on devices that can support Optimizelite ads, but it’s not clear if this is the case.
(In some cases, users can opt out of ads that don’t support Optimifylite.)
Here’s how to defeat this scammer’s latest ploy.
Don’t click on the Optimizer link.
It will take you to a Google page that says, “We’re trying to get your feedback to help us understand the AdSense fraud problem and optimize our advertising.
Please help us fix this by sharing your impressions, comments and questions.”
If you click on this, you will see a screen with lots of text that explains the site’s ad policies.
Report this scam to Google.
Google will send a message to your email address.
The message will state that Google will review your feedback and investigate further.
You can also report the scam to the FTC, which also offers a complaint form.
Report the scam again to Google if it hasn’t been fixed.
If you still think you may have been scamed, report the fraud again to the company and Google will let you know if they’ve fixed the problem.
Google says they are investigating the scam, but don’t worry if they haven’t.
“We know that some of our users are having difficulty accessing their AdSense account or getting their accounts reinstated,” Chen told TechCrunch.
“If you still have a question about this issue, please let us know.”
You can click here to report the ad fraud.
Don, tuck your browser into the “restricted” section and click “Clear Content” when prompted.
If this still doesn’t fix the problem, try one of the other options.
Report to Google to get the scammer banned.
Google can ban a scammer from their platform if they are found to have committed fraud.
You should be able to report them to Google via the FTC’s complaint form or through a Google form.
If your AdSense experience is affected by this scam, you may be able get an email from Google stating the scam was resolved.
Google doesn’t release information on the FTC complaint process, but a spokesperson says that it works in a similar way.
“Google will suspend accounts or ban a user who has violated our advertising policies,” they said in a statement.
“It’s important that you follow these guidelines to protect your business.”