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My PPP account turned me into an Advertiser!

Now this is one really weird bug and I’ve lodged a complaint here. I logged in as usual into my PayPerPost account with my Blogger id (username: menj1980) and strangely enough, the PayPerPost system identified me as an Advertiser and I was taken to the Advertiser interface instead! Even weirder still, I got USD100 credited into my account for making Opps.


Of course the drawback is that now I can’t even go to the Marketplace and take any of the Opps meant for Bloggers because the system thinks that I am an Advertiser. Actually I am really tempted to use that USD100 in the Advertiser account but I already have an Advertiser account (with a different username). And what happened to all the posts that I’d taken for PPP? I really hope someone at PayPerPost can restore menj1980 back and hopefully none of the Opps that I’ve taken were lost in the process.


  1. lilian
    lilian April 19, 2007

    That’s really weird. I too have an advertiser’s account but I can’t log in both as advertiser and publisher at the same time. That’s the only thing I know.

  2. weirdoux
    weirdoux April 19, 2007

    woo… this is NOT so cool….

  3. Fahmishah
    Fahmishah April 19, 2007

    not everything perfect MENJ.but we can solve it

  4. DarksiderMMO
    DarksiderMMO April 19, 2007

    weird. weren’t u an Advertiser some time ago? I think I saw your Emporium Directory opp.

    [MENJ: Yes I was but with a different username.]

  5. sss1979
    sss1979 April 19, 2007

    huh.. how come PPP suddenly turn u to Advertiser.. something fishy going around… you better find out. DO update for us.

  6. ashotiwoth
    ashotiwoth April 19, 2007

    yes – luckily mine still registered as blogger… hmmm…

  7. Jeff
    Jeff July 17, 2012

    Example: Those who are working for McCanne Erikson, Account Executives, Creatives, etc.

    I’ll give 10 points for the best answer!

  8. floydian8717
    floydian8717 July 25, 2012

    I tried google adsense, but i’d rather get paid to my paypal account than to my bank account. Are there any others that would agree to this?

  9. vanvark83
    vanvark83 July 27, 2012

    I tried google adsense, but i’d rather get paid to my paypal account than to my bank account. Are there any others that would agree to this?

  10. everydayGuitarist
    everydayGuitarist August 10, 2012

    already have 3 blogs under the same google account. Do advertisers prefer that you have 1 blog for 1 account. The stats for the blogs are combined when you have only 1 account. Thanks. Was more worry about my advertisers. Thanks

  11. Splash Log Level 2 Again
    Splash Log Level 2 Again August 24, 2012

    I’m not a tech n00b, but am finding that navigating Yahoo PPC to be more difficult than I would have expected. In Local search I see advertisers in my industry that have their logos next to their listings. I want a listing like that.

    How do I get that? I’ve signed up for a sponsored search account, but can’t seem to find anything about this.

    Thanks in advance.

  12. Kaylla
    Kaylla September 17, 2012

    I received this…
    Dear Adwords Advertiser.
    We are about to drain as much as we can, as fast as possible, from your Adwords Account.
    You have an Adword advertisement appearing on ‘scraper’ sites. Please be informed that although we have absolutely no intention of buying your product we intend to go to those sites as often as possible and click your Adword every time it appears.

    This will provide some nice extra income for that site but will soon deplete your Adwords account.

    We are doing this because we are a group that hates ‘link-farms’ and ‘scraper’ sites.

    it ends…

    Your best defense against this is to ensure your adword does not appear on any scraper sites. The easiest way to do this is to go into your Google Adwords Campaign Settings and turn off the ‘Content Network’ option.

  13. sethburger
    sethburger September 22, 2012

    While going through our records recently, we found that your AdSense
    account has posed a significant risk to our AdWords advertisers. Since
    keeping your account in our publisher network may financially damage
    our advertisers in the future, we’ve decided to disable your account.

    Please understand that we consider this a necessary step to protect the
    interests of both our advertisers and our other AdSense publishers. We
    realize the inconvenience this may cause you, and we thank you in
    advance for your understanding and cooperation.

    above is google reason for canceling my account which is unfair to me because they also took away all the money that i have made, i want the money that i have already made from adsence back.

  14. Salam
    Salam October 15, 2012

    Im looking to start a small advertising company and I am wondering how the company will be paid by their accounts. Do you receive a percent of sales if it can be traced back to your advertising as the reason for a new sales account? Do you get paid a lump sum up front for ad expenses and keep what is left after advertising? How do you pitch an ad and how does copywriting a slogan work? Does the creator and company own the right to such slogans or copywrited pictures?

  15. white man
    white man October 23, 2012

    Why is my personal info. such as my home address being made available to misc. advertisers? Those whom would be sending mail to Yahoo asa well as myself?

  16. DuckieM10
    DuckieM10 October 23, 2012

    I have an eBay account that has like 35 stars and a excellent rating
    so I am trying to get ad’s on my website I created and it links straight to
    my eBay page. Can someone help me find ad’s or something like that so
    I can make money

  17. zaclo
    zaclo November 15, 2012

    I’ve got a bunch of videos on my YouTube account and I wanna earn money on them, but I’m under 18. My parents agree, but how can I create an AdSense account if my age on my google account is under 18?

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