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Going After Google: Publisher Claims Google Filched Out On Earned AdSense Revenue

Well, it’s not the first time we’ve heard complaints about AdSense revenue issues. But it may be the loudest.

This time around, a publisher is taking Google to court.

Online entertainment site SuperCrayCray.com is suing Google to recover a half-million dollars in supposedly unpaid but justly earned ad revenue.

Super Cray admits that Google thinks it has an alibi: that SuperCrayCray’s layout “encouraged accidental clicks.” But the publisher rejects that notion and is distressed that Google’s AdSense team is refusing to talk.

“Super Cray has repeatedly tried to discuss the issue with Google AdSense representatives,” noted the company in its complaint, recently filed in the Northern District of California. “Google, however, has refused to carry on any in-depth substantive discussions with Super Cray and has refused to pay anything.”

According to legal documents obtained by MediaPost, the publisher alleges it began displaying AdSense ads in September 2014. Upon joining the AdSense program, Super Cray also allegedly spent $300,000 of its own money on advertising and distribution of content. By late October, the publisher insists that enough people had clicked on the AdSense ads displayed on Super Cray’s site that it had earned $535,000 in revenue.

“Instead of receiving a payout from Google, however, on October 21, 2014, Super Cray received a notification from Google that its account had been suspended for ‘Layout Encourages Accidental Clicks,” SuperCrayCray said in its legal complaint.

SuperCrayCray insists its design and language are not intended to elicit accidental clicks. And apparently, even Google was compelled to agree. According to the same complaint, after company execs pled their case, Google reinstated the firm’s AdSense account, but did not pay the $535,000 in ad revenue accrued between September and October.

For Google, this is the latest in a series of AdSense suits. And it isn’t yet clear if Google will escape unscathed from SuperCrayCray’s allegations of fraud and breach of contract.

SOURCE :  http://nativemobile.com/going-google-publisher-claims-google-filched-earned-adsense-revenue-14582
Going After Google: Publisher Claims Google Filched Out On Earned AdSense Revenue – Nativemobile

Well, it’s not the first time we’ve heard complaints about AdSense revenue issues. But it may be the loudest.

This time around, a publisher is taking Google to court.

Online entertainment site SuperCrayCray.com is suing Google to recover a half-million dollars in supposedly unpaid but justly earned ad revenue.

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Super Cray admits that Google thinks it has an alibi: that SuperCrayCray’s layout “encouraged accidental clicks.” But the publisher rejects that notion and is distressed that Google’s AdSense team is refusing to talk.

“Super Cray has repeatedly tried to discuss the issue with Google AdSense representatives,” noted the company in its complaint, recently filed in the Northern District of California. “Google, however, has refused to carry on any in-depth substantive discussions with Super Cray and has refused to pay anything.”

According to legal documents obtained by MediaPost, the publisher alleges it began displaying AdSense ads in September 2014. Upon joining the AdSense program, Super Cray also allegedly spent $300,000 of its own money on advertising and distribution of content. By late October, the publisher insists that enough people had clicked on the AdSense ads displayed on Super Cray’s site that it had earned $535,000 in revenue.

“Instead of receiving a payout from Google, however, on October 21, 2014, Super Cray received a notification from Google that its account had been suspended for ‘Layout Encourages Accidental Clicks,” SuperCrayCray said in its legal complaint.

SuperCrayCray insists its design and language are not intended to elicit accidental clicks. And apparently, even Google was compelled to agree. According to the same complaint, after company execs pled their case, Google reinstated the firm’s AdSense account, but did not pay the $535,000 in ad revenue accrued between September and October.

For Google, this is the latest in a series of AdSense suits. And it isn’t yet clear if Google will escape unscathed from SuperCrayCray’s allegations of fraud and breach of contract.

SOURCE :  http://nativemobile.com/going-google-publisher-claims-google-filched-earned-adsense-revenue-14582

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