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Recently my viewers have noticed ads being displayed in the event details of my merged calendar. The consolidated calendar has Premium Services, but the "sources" do not. Instructions said the source calendar does not need Premium Service. However, one of the source calendars DOES have Premium Services and there are no ads. So something either changed or is not working. Contact thru your email support address is not working so sorry to have to post this in the forum. See interfaithatlanta.org and select the reddish event on June 8th and you will see an ad (placed there by Google and can clearly be seen in the HTML code there is a placeholder for this). The green one on the same day (this source has premium service) has no ad. Support suggested this is a browser hack, but it is not as this happens on all systems and smartphones. Thanks.
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Not sure why folks use the email instead of our support form. Paypal requires us to have an email, but it is not monitored. An auto-responder to all emails should direct members to the forums or contact form. Anyway....

events from non-premium calendars, when merged onto a premium calendar, should not show ads. I believe we have corrected the issue that was causing your visitors to see ads.
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