Why was the Full Script API disabled for my account?

The Full Script API is usually available for every Linkvertise Publisher. If it is not available for you it is a sign that you did something severely wrong. Read a long to understand this process.

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What did I do wrong?

Disabling the Full Page API for your account is a manual action that our team had to take to protect advertisers and partners on Linkvertise.

The reason for disabling the API is in most cases based on a policy violation. So, the site where the script was embedded does not conform to our policies. For example, content on your site may not promote illegal activity or copyright infringement. For detailed information, we ask you to read our program guidelines thoroughly.

What is conflicting with our policies. For example: Your site is not allowed to promote illegal or copyright content.

If you already have the script on one or more websites, that’s no problem. The links continue to work, except that a direct redirect takes place without a Linkvertise intermediate page.
Accordingly, the traffic through the full page script is no longer remunerated.

This restriction has no consequences on your account. Even the revenues generated until then remain. Only the future functions and revenues from the Full Page API are gone.

Is there a way to get the Full Page API enabled again?

Not necessarily. Since our decisions are thoroughly reviewed, deactivating the Full Page API is final in most cases. However, if you believe that we have unjustly disabled your script, you have the option to submit a complaint anytime by emailing: [email protected].

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