While reviewing your account, we noticed that you are currently displaying Google ads in a manner that is not compliant with our policies. For instance, we found violations of AdSense policies on pages such as http://life.lankapo.com/index.php?q=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5rYXNrb29zLmNvbS9mb3J1bS8%3D&hl=3ed. Please note that this URL is an example and that the same violations may exist on other pages of your website. As stated in our program policies, AdSense publishers are not permitted to place Google ads on pages with adult or mature content. This includes displaying ads on pages that provide links for or drive traffic to adult or mature sites.
Please make any necessary changes to your webpages in the next 72 hours. We also suggest that you take the time to review our program policies (https://www.google.com/support/adsense/bin/answer.py?answer=48182&stc=aspe-1pp-en) to ensure that all of your other pages are in compliance. Once you update your site, we will automatically detect the changes and ad serving will not be affected. If you choose not to make the changes to your account within the next three days, your account will remain active but you will no longer be able to display ads on the site. Please note, however, that we may disable your account if further violations are found in the future. Thank you for your cooperation.
Sincerely, The Google AdSense Team
I received an email from Adsense Team warning me about one of my site that have mature content. They want me to check it and to remove my adsense ad on that site. They gave me 3 days to do it. This is quite scary since my adsense is this close to get banned and this is their second warning that related to mature content.
I was not aware about the site since its been quite some time I check and monitor the proxy site. Thank God, its happen to my rarely use site. What happened if someone hack this site. That would be scary. I would need a professional help then 🙂
I would like to thanks Adsense Team for notifying this issue to me and gave me a second chance. Can you imagine if they immediately suspend my account. That would be a nightmare. Next time, I would be extra careful and will monitor all my site for sure.
I already blog about Churp2 and cashed out my 1st cheque with Churp2. Good news, I already reach my 2nd RM 100 this month. I think my Churp2 make more money than my NuffNang. Below is some presentation for you to understand concept of Churp2.
I don’t know whetver I should share about this or not because last time I remember, I make a lot of money with NuffNang. Nowdays, when so many people join Nuffnang, its really hard to get RM50 in a month hehehe.
But since I have nothing to post about, maybe sharing this info about cash reward contest is at least I can do. Its called Spread the Love and Get Rewarded.
Simple, if you have a twitter account and minimum of 25 follower, then you can make money with Churp2. But its still up to you, you can join if you want. If you think its really hard to compose 140 words campaign with simple keywords and lazy to tweet then I would have no problem with that.
Because I can make money with more campaign yehaaaaa!. But if you decide to join…..mmm really..have you think really hard about it. Maybe you need some time, fresh air and clear mind haha. Ok Ok..just use this link to join ok 🙂
Sign Up for Churp2
Details of the contest :
It’s our first anniversary and we are feeling generous! We are rewarding Churpers with RM3,000 worth of instant credit just by inviting your friends to join or just by simply joining the ChurpChurp community!
All you have to do is take part in “Spread the Love and Get Rewarded” contest and ;
1) Invite your friends to sign up
2) Request them to fill in your Twitter username / Facebook Display name in the referral field*
3) Authorize their Facebook and/or Twitter accounts with ChurpChurp.
You can keep tab of how many new friends you’ve invited to ChurpChurp from your account’s Dashboard.
There will be :
One (1) Grand Prize winner of RM 1, 000 instant credit
One (1) Second Prize winner of RM 5 00 instant credit
Ten (10) Consolations Prize winners of RM 100 instant credit each
20 Lucky New Churpers will get RM 25 instant credit each
This contest will run from August 3 – September 2, 2010 and open to Churpers registered in Malaysia only.
Invite your friends into the ChurpChurp community today, and get instant rewards!
Just last week I received another maybank2u fake e-mail :
Maybank security systems detected a serious (PR2) security problem in Maybank server and Currently been updated.
Your account must be updated for accept a new Maybank interface and will be stricted due to several invalid login
attempts from an unauthorized third-party. Your immediate attention is required to Update your account. Please be
informed that your account will be temporarily closed if not update now..
Update with Below link
click on url or just copy and paste the url address
Thank you for Your Understanding and support
First all, their English is worse. Much worse than mine hehe.
They tried to create panic towards online customer by saying that Maybank2u security has been breached. So user will straight away click the link without checking. They moron just have nothing better to do I guess. So PLEASE don’t EVER trust/believe email asking for your online banking id and password. It doesn’t matter either Maybank2U, PayPal, CIMB Click or any other online banking. Just contact your bank directly to confirm.
Maybank does not send out any e-mail or SMS requesting customers to provide personal banking ID or PIN or credit card information. Please do not log in through website links contained in emails supposedly from Maybank or other institutions. Be alert or you may fall victim to a financial scam.
WHAT IS PHISHING ?
In the field of computer security, phishing is the criminally fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication
According to Maybank, there are 20 phishing site that want to steal your login id and password. Beware!. So I need to update Maybank about this amalon.com.
For Any Suspicious Email or SMS
Protect yourself from being a victim of email or SMS scams! If you receive suspicious messages, contact Maybank hotline immediately at 03-5891 4744.
Its look like NuffNang don’t really can get along with Manggaonline Ad, because of having both ad on my blog. I lost my Glitterati status. I just add NuffNang Ad to track and analyse my traffic. Its so much easy and simple compare to Google Analytics.
I can see my source of traffic, keywords and analytics by hour. FYI, Manggaonline ad is another Malaysia online advertiser, so this is againts GLEEtterati status.
#BYE BYE Manggaonline
Decision has been made. Manggaonline have to go. I only earn 3 cent. So not worth it.