We are not responsible for the content or privacy practices on any websites
Read the policy above to learn what we don’t allow. Here are some examples:
Insufficient contact information: Make sure your site provides users with at least two of the following types of contact information: physical business address, phone number or email. Note that a contact form does not suffice.
Insufficient payment information: Make sure that before checkout:
Your site clearly lists all payment methods accepted
You clearly state the full expense that a user will bear before and after purchase
Unsupported payment methods: Make sure that at least one conventional payment method is available to users during checkout. Examples of some conventional payment methods are credit card, debit card, invoicing, and payment on delivery.
Missing refund policy: Make sure to include a return and refund policy which clearly states how you handle these actions, including all requirements and any timelines. If returns and refunds are not accepted, you’ll need to clearly state this on your site.
Change your website: If your ad leads to content that violates this policy, fix the site to make it comply
Request a review of your account.
If your account is still within the warning period, it will automatically be reviewed again at the end of the warning period. Once the violating items are removed, you don’t need to request an account review or take any additional action.
If your account is suspended, you’ll need to request an account review.