According to Marketing Land, in 2017, "Google agreed to provide refunds to selected advertisers using DoubleClick Bid Manager (now called Display & Video 360) where ads were served on sites that had fraudulent or invalid traffic. Reportedly, hundreds of marketers were eligible, but a class-action lawsuit by AdTrader asserts that Google improperly withheld those refund payments according to the Wall Street Journal. AdTrader initiated the class action suit against Google in California federal court, arguing that Google had 'illegally appropriated' promised advertiser refunds. The lawsuit alleges that Google never actually issued any refunds, after reclaiming money from publishers accused of having inflated or fraudulent traffic." If you did not receive refund you were owed by Google, please fill out the form below.