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Complaint Review: Bing MSN YAHOO ADCENTER
Bing MSN YAHOO ADCENTER Beware of advertising on BING Yahoo MSN and beware of buying products you find there Internet
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Warning about Bing MSN Yahoo Advertising AdCenter
Beware of buying any products you find on Bing MSN Yahoo
DO NOT RELY ON BING ADCENTER!
We came in a 3-day holiday weekend to learn that for an arbitrary reason as best we can figure, Bing AdCenter closed our account. So we begin by sending one third our employees home.
Phoning the AdCenter, the reason given was they needed to re-verify our billing address – this after years of having this account, the account always paid on auto withdraw, conversations with Bing contacting us to expand our ad base just last month, and exactly nothing changed whatsoever.
IN SHORT, if you rely on BING ADCENTER you are making a huge mistake. This is not the first time over the last decade that suddenly our Bing ads just disappeared.
By additionally locking you out of your account, you have no clue what happened. THEY DO NOT BOTHER TO SEND YOU ANY EMAIL either. Just instantaneously you ads stop and your account is closed.
The only solution in the past has been to create a new account , redo everything from scratch and start over. You’ll lose a week of business.
In addition, Bing PUNISHES advertisers by giving huge ad space for FREE listings that they do not allow paid advertisers, NOR will the allow free listing space to advertisers. So not only are you competing against businesses with superior presence Bing gives them for free, when Bing inevitably shuts you down you have ZERO internet presence.
This also devastates you business reputation. Customers literally cannot find your website as it appears no-where, not even free listings. They believe you have gone out of business. If they have a pending order, the file charge-backs. This also risks you losing your accounts plus the fees involved. They also will then establish their business with other companies.
There are many reasons Google is obliterating Bing/Yahoo and their extraordinary incompetency and policy of outright punishing advertisers for preferential treatment of those who list their sites for free.
The bottomline? Bing AdCenter is not suitable for any large, legitimate business operation. Bing advertising can devastate your business. DO NO T BUY BING ADVERTISING. List your website for FREE. In the long run, your business will be more profitable and, more importantly, not damaged.
WHY DO NOT SHOP ON BING MSN YAHOO...
The response of warnings of extremely dangerous and fraudulent products on Bing MSN Yahoo is to ban reporting the products on websites. Not only does Bing MSN Yahoo allow and promote outright fraudulent products (what is advertised is not was is being sold including mislabeled bottles for consumable products - ie that you severely damage your health or kill you - they also will not allow websites to warn of such products AND provide huge and even free promotions via Bing MSN Yahoo for such products. This is discussed below.
IF you buy products you find on Bing MSN Yahoo you do NOT know what getting the label can be 100% false about the contents.
We were just informed in one paragraph our ads and website has been permanently cancelled claiming we violates a policy. The paragraph gave no reason and stated no appeal allowed. The website has been in existence since 1998 and has two aspects: Free wedding ceremony texts and a product line of we have offered. However, our website did warn that a company was openly engaging in a severe fraud and illegal activity – with that product sold on the massive free listing Bing gives that promotes that illegal activity (TheTruthAboutHydrogenPeroxide.com) – which features products by the company “The One Minute Miracle, Inc.”, which has openly acknowledged in numerous messages their product is a fraud in that it does not contain what it is labeled as.
BING gives that company a MASSIVE free listing that you can find under the search terms “food grade hydrogen peroxide.” The bottles do NOT contain 35% food grad'e hydrogen peroxide. In response to federal investigation concerning illegal shipping of that product, that company's response was that it really isn't 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide at all - and that company has been sending out emails threatening any company and website advising of that false advertising.
Minimally, Bing's response appears to be banning any website warning of such fraud. How many other known fraudulent products is Bing/MSN/Yahoo both giving massive promotion to AND banning any warnings of it?
This is highly suggestive that someone within Bing staff has gone into the illegal activities business. This is extremely profitable, but also extremely dangerous and we are aware that numerous federal agencies have recently involved in investigation that we are assisting in. We will inform those that Bing/MSN is actively promoting and protecting such business and removing/banning any warnings to the public.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/28/2013 07:59 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Bing-MSN-YAHOO-ADCENTER/internet/Bing-MSN-YAHOO-ADCENTER-Beware-of-advertising-on-BING-Yahoo-MSN-and-beware-of-buying-prod-1054305. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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