Solved: Your account is suspended Your account has an unpaid balance.
If Google Ads sees suspicious payment activity, the platform will suspend that account. They take user experience and legal requirements seriously. When you have your Google Ads account suspended, you can’t create ads or run them. … Furthermore, even if you create another account, it could be immediately suspended.
Reactivate an account suspended due to unpaid invoices
Your account is temporarily suspended because of unpaid invoices, as shown by the red banner across the top of your account. To get your ads running again, you’ll need to reactivate your account by paying the invoices right away.
How to tell which invoices are overdue
If you’ve gotten an email from Google Collections that lists your unpaid invoices, please refer to it. Or, email us, making sure to give the name on your account and your customer ID number. You’ll typically get a reply within two business days.
General Collections Alias: email@example.com
How to pay your invoices
You can pay by wire transfer or check, but keep in mind that checks take much longer to process. You can’t pay an invoice with a credit card. The payment details you should use are given at the bottom of your invoice.
If your payment isn’t showing in your account
If you paid the overdue invoices, but your account hasn’t been reactivated, contact us at the email address for your country given above. Include the following in your email:
- Your Google Ads customer ID (CID)
- A proof of payment
- A list of amounts and invoices paid
Keep in mind that it could take a number of days for your payment to be received and processed.
If you have more than one account, you could have overdue invoices in more than one of those accounts. Be sure to check all of your accounts for outstanding invoices.
If no payment is received
If your payment is not received in full, Google may work with an external collections agency who might send you a combination of letters and emails that request payment on behalf of Google.
Proof of payment
Valid proof of payment is a confirmation of wire transfer or check payment that shows all of the information listed below.
For wire transfer
Send a bank confirmation showing information listed below. Screenshots from accounts payable systems, such as SAP, Oracle, or SAGE will only be considered a valid proof of payment if they contain all of these details.
- Payee details (account number and name)
- Payer’s name
- Payment effective date (future dates won’t be accepted)
- Amount paid
- Bank transaction or confirmation code
- Payment Status (It must indicate the transaction has been already executed, any status not confirming completeness of payment won’t be accepted)
For check payment
Send a copy of your check showing:
- Payee details
- Payer’s name
- Payment date (future dates won’t be accepted)
- Amount paid
- Check number
- Tracking number or FedEx number