We see an occasional spammer lawyer, in Blogger Help Forum: Get Help with an IssueSpam: Spam takes several forms in Blogger, all of which can result in deletion of your account or blog. Some examples include creating blogs designed to drive traffic to your site or to move it up in search listings, posting comments on other people's blogs just to promote your site or product, and scraping existing content from other sources for the primary purpose of generating revenue or other personal gains.
This is a spammer who has not gotten the word.I checked the official rules. You can check - Blogger never said PTC is not allowed. I'm just promoting PTC, in my blog.
GPT (aka "Get Paid To"), PTC, PTS, PTV, and any other cute names - all constitute click fraud - and are not welcome, in Blogger.
Spammers like to push the limits.
Blogger is not going to make a list of each name, and say
Each time Blogger publishes a reference of problem blog content / technique, the spammer community comes up with a new cute name for another fraudulent, web based activity.This is not allowed.
Blogger provided "official" word is quite succinct.
The official word is quite simple.
If you choose to ignore the official word - or the unofficial word - you are entitled to request that your blog be restored, using the dashboard "Restore" / "Review" link.If your blog was removed it was possibly due to a policy or terms of service violation.
Please look into this and make sure that you are not violating any of Blogger's terms of service or policies, these are taken very seriously.
Properly requested and reviewed, you may see your blog, again.
It's possible that, given a politely requested review, you may get your blog back - for a while. If you continue your activity, we'll probably see you, again, soon enough.
Eventually, your Blogger account will be vulnerable.
If your dashboard lacks the needed button / link, you are probably not using the correct Blogger account. In many cases, this will be because your Blogger account was deleted or locked, for repeated, non repentant spamming.