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How do I delete my Google ads account?

Answer

  1. Sign into your Google Ads account.
  2. Click the tools icon.
  3. Under “Setup,” click Preferences.
  4. Click the Account Status section to expand it.
  5. Click Cancel my account.

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I am no longer interested in the Google ads program. How do I delete my account?

If you are not currently running any campaigns or ad groups, you can remove your ad account by following these steps: Sign into your AdSense Member Center at https://members.google.com/ Click on the cog icon and select “AdSense Account Settings” from the drop-down list You should now see a screen listing all of your ad accounts (if there is only one it will be listed as such). Click on the trashcan icon next to the specific account you want to delete A new tab will open with a confirmation prompt. If you wish to continue with deletion, click on “yes”. Please note that once an AdSense account is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Also, deleting an account does not automatically remove the main AdSense account associated with your Google Account and you will need to go through the steps above to delete this as well.

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Will I get paid commissions for my ad clicks if I have my ads account deleted?

If you are on Standard or Exclusive contracts and subsequently close an accounts that was in active status at the time of closure, we will cancel any accrued commissions owed for that account. However, commissions may still be payable for any new activity generated by that account within our 180-day payment delay period following termination date. Please note that only active accounts will accrue commission balances; therefore cancelled accounts do not accrue commission balances and are not payable.

If I delete my AdSense account will it affect any campaign URLs that I am forwarding to?

No, this should not be an issue. Campaigns and ad groups are associated with your Google Account, not individual accounts. Therefore when you delete your account, the campaigns and ad groups will automatically move to another enabled account. In addition, we recommend using HTTPS whenever possible for forwarding purposes in order to avoid issues with mixed content warnings caused by HTTP->HTTPS redirects through ad tags. Please see our blog post at https://adwords.googleblog.com/2015/11/how-to-use-https-with-adwords_15.html for more information on how to use HTTPS in your forwarding campaigns.

Will I need to add additional information when deleting my Google ads account?

No, we will not be asking for any additional information when you delete your account(s). Please note that once an AdSense account is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Also, deleting an account does not automatically remove the main AdSense account associated with your Google Account and you will need to go through the steps above to delete this as well.

How do I delete just one of my ad accounts?

If you would like to close only a specific AdSense ad account within your existing portfolio (and retain all other accounts), please sign into your AdSense Member Center at https://members.google.com/ Click on the cog icon and select “AdSense Account Settings” from the drop-down list You should now see a screen listing all of your ad accounts (if there is only one it will be listed as such). To close just one specific account, click on the trashcan icon next to the specific account you want to delete A new tab will open with a confirmation prompt. If you wish to continue with deletion, click on “yes”. Please note that once an AdSense account is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Also, deleting an account does not automatically remove the main AdSense account associated with your Google Account and you will need to go through the steps above to delete this as well.

How do I delete my expired or disabled ad accounts?

If you would like to remove all of your ad account(s) that have been disabled or where the status has expired and you’re unable to edit them, please sign into your AdSense Member Center at https://members.google.com/ Click on the cog icon and select “AdSense Account Settings” from the drop-down list You should now see a screen listing all of your ad accounts (if there is only one it will be listed as such). To filter out accounts which are disabled or expired click on the word “Status” in the header row Then uncheck the box next to Disabled or Expired Checked accounts selected here will remain active under your Google Account, while unchecked ones will be deleted. Once you’ve finished making your selections, click “Remove selected”. Please note that once an Ad Sense account is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Also, deleting an account does not automatically remove the main AdSense account associated with your Google Account and you will need to go through the steps above to delete this as well

When I delete my YouTube channel or AdSense accounts, what happens?

As a general rule of thumb: If you are unable to use this service in connection with any of your terminated services due to action taken by Google (e.g., termination of an individual Gmail address), then neither party can terminate for convenience solely in response to such action taken by Google. This means that if you’re using these features because you have been forced by a policy change from Google (e.g., if your YouTube channel has been disabled), then you can’t use this agreement to get out of that service simply because Google made a change.

If I delete my AdSense and DoubleClick (DSA) billing accounts, will I lose access to all the data in these accounts?

Yes, unfortunately Google cannot provide you with access to reports or other information related to prior activity within your billing account once it is deleted. If you had any remarketing lists created using your DSA or AdSense data prior to deleting the account, we may be able to export those lists for display on another ad network (as noted above). However, such an export would not include any historical performance information or any other data from your AdSense or DSA account.

If I terminate my contract for convenience, can you reconnect me to the premium services I was using?

No, we cannot provide access to premium features that are no longer supported by Google. We also cannot reconnect you to premium features in exchange for a fee. If your account is currently using a premium feature and you want it removed prior to termination, please contact us at http://www.google.com/adsense/support/bin/request.py?contact_type=premium_services&task_id=optout

How do I restore my projects and campaigns after terminating my AdSense account?

If you have deleted one or more projects or campaigns and then later reinstate your AdSense account, you will need to re-create those projects or campaigns. You can do so at https://www.google.com/adsense/manager

Is there a grace period for handling termination of the default contract?

Yes, if you have not received any payment under this Agreement in the past three months, then Google will not exercise its rights under Paragraph 11 of this Agreement if you terminate this Agreement within 30 days after the date that you receive notice of an adjustment to fees payable by you hereunder (or such other time period as may be specified by Google from time to time). For clarity, payments made before the effective date of termination are considered as made under this Agreement and are not subject to the 30-day termination grace period.

What happens if I don’t submit a request to terminate my contract for convenience in a timely manner?

If your account is past due, then Google will send an email notification alerting you of your delinquent status. Depending on the amount owed (past due invoices may be viewed by logging into your AdSense account), we may also charge interest at 1.5% per month (or the highest rate allowed under applicable law, if less) or the maximum amount permitted under applicable law. In addition, late fees that accrue at $5 USD per day up to a maximum of $50 USD may be charged. For additional information about our policies and procedures for handling delinquent accounts, please visit the FAQs.

Are there any benefits to terminating my contract for convenience?

Yes. If you terminate your AdSense and/or DoubleClick (DSA) agreements with Google in a timely fashion, you will avoid: all additional fees that may accrue as a result of any invoice(s) outstanding at termination; interest charges on overdue amounts; the obligation to pay future invoices; and premium services related to DSA or AdSense. Termination of these contracts will also allow you to move forward using other third party service providers if desired.

I tried to terminate my account but got an error message. What should I do?

Please contact us for assistance.

How long does it take to terminate my contract for convenience?

Please allow 2 weeks from the date of receiving your account termination request to process your request.

Will I earn commissions on AdSense revenue after terminating my account?

No, you will not be eligible to receive any further performance-based commissions on AdSense revenue after you terminate your agreement with Google. Commission payments already made may still appear in your account and/or bank statements following the end of the month in which they were earned. The display-only ads that are part of a disabled ad unit will no longer show, but historical information (e.g., earnings) may remain viewable within your account even after the account is terminated. Unless you are a certified third-party partner, we will not honor any existing commission invoice(s) for events or clicks that occur after your account is terminated.

Does terminating my contract for convenience affect the terms of my AdSense agreement?

Yes, once you terminate your account and/or this Agreement, you will no longer be bound by its terms. However, please note that even if Google terminates this Agreement at your request, certain provisions in sections 2 through 12 and 14 through 19 will continue to apply to you (and may also continue to apply to us). For example: Your data may still be included among the Display Advertising Data on the Site’s Policy Notices page; Google may need to retain some information about you (such as your email address) for at least a year after termination of the Agreement to comply with certain legal requirements; and you may still be subject to applicable laws in your country of residence.

What happens if my account is past due?

If you do not submit payment in connection with an invoice within 30 days from its issuance, Google will send an email notification alerting you of your delinquent status. Depending on the amount owed (past due invoices may be viewed by logging into your AdSense account), we may also charge interest at 1.5% per month (or the highest rate allowed under applicable law, if less) or the maximum amount permitted under applicable law. In addition, late fees that accrue at $5 USD per day up to a maximum of $50 USD may be charged. For additional information about our policies and procedures for handling delinquent accounts, please visit the FAQs.

What happens if my account is past due for three months?

For amounts still owed after your account has been past due for three months, Google will send you written notice or make one attempt via email (if contact details are available) notifying you that your AdSense account is suspended until all outstanding invoices have been paid in full. If any fees remain unpaid 30 days after Google sends written notification of suspension, or 15 days from Google’s first attempt to contact you via email, we may then terminate this Agreement on written notice by email to the address associated with your account. If you do not have a payment method on file with us when your account is past due for three months, we reserve the right to terminate your AdSense account and/or this Agreement immediately without waiting 30 days.

Will all my ads be disabled?

Yes, all ads will be disabled at the end of your contract term.

Will I need to manually remove any code inserted by Google into my site?

Google may provide you with custom code (such as JavaScript) that you can place on your website(s). Unless agreed otherwise in writing with Google, you are solely responsible for removing any such code from your website(s) upon termination (and verifying that it has been removed). If you fail to do so, Google will be unable to disable ads from appearing on your website(s).

If my account is terminated or suspended for any reason, can I re-enable it?

In some instances you may re-enable an account that has been suspended. If your account was disabled because of a policy violation (for example, if the content in your site violates our Program Policies), then before re-enabling your account we may require you to submit a certified statement (“Good Standing Statement”) indicating that you have resolved this issue and/or stating that there are no further issues with your site. However, Google does not guarantee that disabled accounts will be reactivated after termination. Please visit the AdSense Help Center for more information.

If my account is terminated or suspended for any reason, can I get a refund of the unused portion of fees that I paid?

We may provide refunds and setoff (offset) amounts owed to you against future amounts payable by you in certain situations. However, Google does not guarantee that disabled accounts will be reactivated after termination. Please visit the AdSense Help Center for more information.

If my account is terminated, do I lose ownership of my site?

No, if your account is terminated, under no circumstances will we disable access to content on your site(s), whether published through AdSense or otherwise owned by you. You are free to take down any AdSense ads from your site yourself or replace them with other ads.

My account has been disabled and I want to appeal, what should I do?

If you feel that there is a mistake or misunderstanding with your disabled account, please try contacting us by phone (1-877-736-6363 in the U.S.), email ([email protected]), or Live Chat. If you are unable to get your issue resolved through our normal support channels, please follow this link for Google’s appeals process.

How do I delete my Google ads account?

1. Sign into your Google Ads account.
2. Click the tools icon.
3. Under “Setup,” click Preferences.
4. Click the Account Status section to expand it.
5. Click Cancel my account.

What happens if I dont pay Google ads?

Google will suspend your Adwords account until you make the outstanding balance. This means they won’t allow you to create new accounts or use that payment method, and this information is flagged with Google so don’t worry about it appearing on any credit check.

What happens if I dont pay Google cloud?

Not paying your credit card bill on time could reduce credit score and also cause you to pay even more over the course of a product, because of interest.

Should you back up Google Drive?

The Wirecutter says that CrashPlan is the best, but BackBlaze also looks like a good choice. General purpose cloud drives such as Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox are ideal for sharing small files between devices or with a few friends, but they’re not recommended for backup purposes.

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