ads.txt file in Google Adsense?

Hugo E.

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When I logged into my Google adsense I saw this

Earnings at risk - One or more of your sites does not have an ads.txt file. Fix this now to avoid severe impact to your revenue.
What does it mean? do I really need it on my site?
 

Hugo E.

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Thanks @Vishwa for explaining. I saw this notice recently in my Google Adsense account and they also give me a notice to verify payment method by upload my photo IDs to verify. Is that normal?
 

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Just add your id as told. And add the ads.txt file in your root directory. It shall get removed within a couple of days. It depends on how often your site gets crawled.
 

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Just add your id as told. And add the ads.txt file in your root directory. It shall get removed within a couple of days. It depends on how often your site gets crawled.
Yes, It is completely normal and part of the regular process. It applies to all publishers.
If I don't add this then how?
 

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If you don't add the file then it might impact your earnings. You will a big drop in your earnings. Add Ads.txt file ads transparency to this digital advertising markets which help advertisers to bid on site having this file.
 
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