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Google Says No Connection to IJango, Google Trademark Department Investigating Concerns


This comes from a reader:

A few days ago, I inquired to Google about the aledged partnership with ijango. 

I got a reply today from Google Press stating quite emphatically that "Google is in no way affiliated with IJANGO". Further, Google's trademark dept. is investigating multiple issues concerning IJANGO. (No doubt they have taken offense at all the hype and lies that have been spammed all over the net)!


  1. One of my iJangoite friends got this from Google today, (Possibly yesterday)…

    Urgent: Google Adwords Policy


    In the last 24 hours new Google compliance regulations, subsequent to their new terms and conditions, have gone into effect. These new policy changes state the following.. "Google" may no longer be used as a keyword (or even as a negative keyword anywhere in your campaign

    The following message has been sent to users in violation of the new terms of use.

    It's come to our attention that you have submitted ads that promote a misrepresented affiliation with Google or links to products which make unrealistic promises about making money via Google products. Due to multiple complaints from our users and publishers, we've made the decision not to accept these ads. As part of our on going efforts to provide our users with high quality ads, we are taking action against deceptive advertising and sites.

    This is a notification that your account has been suspended due to the submission of these ads and your ads will no longer run on Google. Please note that future accounts you open will also be suspended.

    As noted in our Terms and Conditions, Google reserves the right to terminate advertisements for any reason. To view our Terms and Conditions, please visit https://adwords.google.com/ select/tsandcsfinder.

    Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043
    You have received this mandatory email service announcement to update you about important changes to your AdWords product or account…..


    Hmm… I wonder who they could be aiming this one at?

    More soon


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