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My Experience with DocCash

Docstoc is an online documents sharing website, simimlar as scribd.  DocCash is Adsense revenue sharing  program of DocStoc.

I registered an account two years ago, and uploaded several documents. I associated my Adsense account and set up tracking URL for docstoc. Recently I noticed that it shows up in my adsense performance reports everyday, but with 0 pageviews, N/A clicks and N/A earnings, but I check stats in docstoc, the view number is bigger than zero.

So I wrote to ask the reason, and got a reply shortly, and I am told by the customer care team that my account has been deleted:
Dear Valued Customer,

I'm here to tell you that your Docstoc account has been deleted.  Since your account is deleted, all your information has been removed from our system.
If you change your mind, please feel free to visit our website, where you can easily create a new account within seconds!
Account deleted and my information removed without giving me any reason! Did I ask to delete my account?

DocStoc have a new Premium which sells legal and business documents, Adsense Revenue sharing can't actually makes enough money for the website, so they seem to treat it like rubish.

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