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dnp

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I have a client's post that got removed, apparently from using a picture from one of their vendors. But they are a retailer, so the products they're selling are not their own. Any input on how to get away with this? Also, is it possible to get suspended because of this issue? I'm a bit cautious about publishing another post if the profile can get suspended. Thank you!
 

koen12344

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I'm not sure which policy your post violated, if any... Sometimes posts are just rejected without any clear reason. I wouldn't worry too much about it. If your posts are done in good faith, do not obviously violate any policies and are not spammy I doubt it will get your location suspended.

I publish (a lot of) gibberish posts with random images all the time to test my WordPress plugin and a lot of them get rejected before I manually delete them. And my locations haven't been suspended (yet:))
 

keyserholiday

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Google typically only removes the ability to post photos with repeated violations. The only time I have seen images cause a suspension was with sexually suggestive photos. It ended up being an account-level suspension as the same image was used in multiple locations. Just make sure you are not using copyright material or stock images.
 

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