In 2018 Google banned bail bonds services from serving ads because they thought it would be helpful to people in jail to make it more difficult to get a bail bonds service.
In 2018, we faced new challenges in areas where online advertising could be used to scam or defraud users offline. For example, we created a new policy banning ads from for-profit bail bond providers because we saw evidence that this sector was taking advantage of vulnerable communities. Similarly, when we saw a rise in ads promoting deceptive experiences to users seeking addiction treatment services, we consulted with experts and restricted advertising to certified organizations. In all, we introduced 31 new ads policies in 2018 to address abuses in areas including third-party tech support, ticket resellers, cryptocurrency and local services such as garage door repairmen, bail bonds and addiction treatment facilities.
We took down 2.3 billion bad ads in 2018 for violations of both new and existing policies, including nearly 207,000 ads for ticket resellers, over 531,000 ads for bail bonds and approximately 58.8 million phishing ads. Overall, that’s more than six million bad ads, every day.
We are proud to serve members of our entire community to help them get out of jail and get back to work so they can continue life until proven guilty.
If you need a bail bonds or someone you know needs a bail bonds don’t wait. Call Emergency Bonds at 772-207-0717.