Google Ad Grants Terms & Conditions Broken

Mar 1, 2019 - 7:54 am 2 by
Filed Under Google Ads

Google Sign

If you want to sign up and use the Google Ad Grants, you might run into a stumbling block. Accepting the terms and conditions has not worked for a couple of weeks. Google has been trying to fix the issue but they are having a problem finding the source of the problem.

Here is a screen shot of the terms and conditions acceptance page:

Google Tos Broken

When you try to accept the terms you get a message that reads "You do not have permission to accept these terms and conditions." The 'Submit' button is disabled and does not work.

Ammar from Google just updated the thread two days ago with not such great news. He said:

I apologize for the inconvenience this is causing, we have yet to find the source of the problem but have everyone working on it as a priority. At the moment we are looking to possibly approving the T&C manually from our end, but that comes with its own set of problems that we are discussing. We are hoping to have better news in the coming days.

So if you are having this issue, you are not alone.

Forum discussion at Google Ad Help.


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