I was wondering if there is anyway you can block or exclude people from submitting multiple fake ip's online . For example I have a google pay-per-click campaign set up on adwords. I downloaded a program in minutes which enabled me to hide or give out a fake ip address which also allows you to use a different ip each time. I tried this out on my own link on google which in turn got through adwords and I was charged for the click. My question is how would you be able to counter or block someone who continuosly clicks on your link with a different fake ip each time?
Fortunately Google is aware of this scenario and will automatically detect fraud patterns like this and declare the clicks invalid. As long as you're not part of the click scheme you should be ok. So don't use that tool to click on your ads anymore or else you run the risk of being considered a fraudulent user.
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protected by dan♦ Aug 15 '14 at 8:51
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