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Can google ban me for selling Google Ads Accounts if buyer runs abusive ads on them?

Discussion in 'Google AdWords' started by hamster011, Feb 16, 2024.

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    Hi,
    I have a good offer to sell a lot of my old, currently unused google ads accounts. What if buyer will run abusive ads on them? Can Google somehow punish me for selling them? Have you seen something like that?
     
    hamster011, Feb 16, 2024 IP
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    saleelm03 Well-Known Member

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    Selling Google Ads accounts is against Google's terms of service. If Google discovers that an account is being sold or transferred without their authorization, they may take action, including but not limited to suspension or banning of the account.
     
    saleelm03, Mar 10, 2024 IP
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    zakaaa Peon

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    Nice book I read today
    https://www.changedbook.com/a-court-of-thorns-and-roses/
     
    zakaaa, Mar 11, 2024 IP
  4. Sumit_Singh

    Sumit_Singh Well-Known Member

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    Abusive content isn't allowed on Google Ads, it is mentioned on the Google Ads Policies.
    Selling Ad account is also against the Google Ad's policies if you sell or transfer the account without their explicit consent.
    If the buyer runs abusive or prohibited ads, Google may take action against the account. This could impact both the buyer and the original account owner.
     
    Sumit_Singh, Mar 12, 2024 IP
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    Mark Elijah Banned

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    Google's terms of service don't allow resale of accounts, and if the buyer runs ads that violate Google's policies it could lead to the account being suspended or banned.
     
    Mark Elijah, Apr 5, 2024 IP
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    bestlivetvshow Peon

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    i have been using google ads for IPTV and my domaine got banned
     
    bestlivetvshow, Apr 25, 2024 IP
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    Ericc89 Peon

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    Yes, Google can ban you for selling Google Ads accounts if the buyer runs abusive ads on them.
     
    Ericc89, Apr 27, 2024 IP
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    DomainSellerJO Peon

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    well they will ban the specific account considering you are selling them not renting them I'm not sure why you care!
     
    DomainSellerJO, Jun 25, 2024 IP
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    artml1 Peon

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    Indeed, Google can make a move against you for selling Google Promotions accounts, particularly in the event that the purchaser runs oppressive promotions on them. Here are the central issues to consider:
    Policy Violation**: Selling Google Advertisements accounts is against Google's strategies. Google's agreements regularly forbid the exchange or offer of records. Participating in such action can prompt punishments against your own Google account.
    Liability for Oppressive Ads**: In the event that the purchaser utilizes the records to run harmful or noxious advertisements, Google might follow the records back to you as the first proprietor. This can prompt extreme results, including long-lasting suspension from Google Advertisements and other Google administrations.
    Precedents and Enforcement**: Google is severe about keeping up with the respectability of its promoting stage. There have been examples where people had to deal with damages for exercises that disregarded Google's terms, including account selling and oppressive promotion rehearses. While explicit instances of punishments for selling records may not be freely point by point, Google's requirement activities can be serious.
    Risk of Record Ban**: Assuming Google distinguishes that accounts you sold are engaged with strategy infringement, it can boycott those records and make a move against your essential record. This incorporates suspending your capacity to make new records or utilize other Google administrations.
     
    artml1, Jun 25, 2024 IP
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    Fomin Alex Peon

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    Such events contradict Google's policy. Yes, Google can ban you from selling Google Ads accounts if the buyer runs abusive ads. Selling Google Ads accounts violates Google's guidelines, and if those accounts are used for malicious activities, such as running abusive or fraudulent ads, it can lead to severe penalties. This includes banning the accounts involved and potentially banning you from using Google Ads in the future.
     
    Fomin Alex, Jul 9, 2024 at 1:02 PM IP
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    sonalika verma Peon

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    great post
     
    sonalika verma, Jul 10, 2024 at 12:41 AM IP
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    Absolutely, if an advertiser disobeys Google's policies, Google may take legal action. Google may suspend accounts you've sold if a buyer places offensive advertisements on them.
     
    MargoFarrel, Jul 10, 2024 at 1:49 AM IP