lol, clicked the notification aaand bestlucky pops up
It sometimes takes a little bit to get them banned on all the partner networks. I was assured it went through to all of them though. If we're still seeing it in a few hours, I'm going to assume someone dropped the ball and will bring it up again.
its sending me to the following URL (I’ve removed the http://) goodluckday.site/prize/uklucky/lp2.php?c=2hztxamz2cz2&k=72fd80c2c29bdd246dd35717f758523f&country_code=GB&country_name=United%20Kingdom®ion=Scotland&city=Aberdeen&isp=Daisy%20Communications%20Ltd&lang=en&ref_domain=&os=iOS&osv=12&browser=Safari&browserv=&brand=Apple&model=iPad&marketing_name=iPad&tablet=1&rheight=0&rwidth=0&e=5
I’ve been experiencing these garbage ads on this site for almost a year now. What’s most annoying is I visit this site on mobile, and I block cross site tracking as well as 3rd party stuff, only to have my page at Hearthpwn completely taken over by the ad, and then my history filled with the ad so I can’t even press the back button. I make sure to clear my browser data clean every time I come across this garbage (about 50% of my visits here at Hearthpwn which I visit daily). For me I work as a full stack engineer so I understand that the ad network Hearthpwn uses just sucks. Also, I don’t know what the Hearthpwn financial situation is so I can’t fault them for trying to squeeze every penny they can by going with less secure ad service network. Honestly, even if this is the #1 Hearthstone community by visits on the web, it doesn’t mean that translates into millions of hits a day (no idea). My hats off to you Flux for keeping this site going, I’m sure it’s not as easy as you had hoped. While the mobile experience sucks because of the ad network garbage, among other things. It is what it is, you seem to be a 1 man army fighting to give the Hearthstone world a voice and community. And for that we thank you.
PS: Did I mention it’s really your mobile ads are problematic? I mean I can’t stress it enough... just changed ad networks for mobile viewports