Get a resolution to the problem ... I have been having MAJOR issues with YouTube workers who are employees for YouTube*Google. In one particular instance, I did a video about the situation surrounding Cardi B about the trend surrounding Cardi B. The video included videos of cardi b admitting to some very ssuspect activity. I did take the liberty of editing out certain cuss words such as the F bomb along with MF. According to the rules on YT, You must have over *k views (one thousand) within the last * days, well I had that within hours and still had to wait over ** hrs after submitting * (three) feedback requests (which are all documented) for my video to be reviewed. Another channel, daytime Tea Time See link: https:**www.youtube.com*watch?v*DHrnUOdEByI&t****s has the EXACT same clips within her video and it is monetized. Well, needless to say, after the individual finally decided to review my video, he*she claimed it was not suitable. See my video link: https:**www.youtube.com*watch?v*Stz-AGMv*wQ*This has been an ongoing thing and has become a grievance as a creator. Employees showing bias just because they don't like a certain creator is unprofessional and unacceptable and should be addressed accordingly because it is a direct reflection on YouTube*Google. I am a YouTube partner and I no longer have access to contact support which is another problem. In addition, I have submitted a copyright infringement complaint where another creator uploaded one of my ENTIRE videos with my voice throughout as well as my custom thumbnail and nothing has been done to address the matter. See creator's link that uploaded my content: https:**www.youtube.com*watch?v*G*TrmqSdkE**Here is my video link: https:**www.youtube.com*watch?v***MwzeAyowU*As a creator, I enjoy doing business with Google because YouTube is an amazing platform* however, certain employees are making it difficult to do what I love. I would appreciate some assistance with this ongoing problem before it escalates to the courts. I have been screen recording and compiling screen shots of everything these employees are doing in order to substantiate my claims.**Furthermore, when I upload a video as unlisted, they already view it before it is made public just so they can set it as not suitable, I do not understand how that is fair on any level. Such employees should not be working for your company! I document everything because should the issues not cease and be addressed accordingly, I am certain this matter will escalate. Again, my issue is not with Google or YouTube, but instead, it's with the employees that are tending my account. ND Playground. I should be afforded the same opportunities as other creators. My channel is growing at a great pace and the actions of these employees are becoming a grievance as mentioned earlier. I don't even know who my account manager is which bewildering as a YouTube Partner. I would appreciate if someone could reach out to me at the number on file in hopes of finding a resolution to all of the aforementioned issues.*Thank you in advance for your assistance.*Sincerely,*ND Playground
Google*YouTube Employees are causing grievances due to bias and unprofessionalism
I would like to have access to support once again as a YouTube Partner and would like to have these biased employees to leave my account alone.
Because I create within the guidelines as required and love the platform that Google*YouTube has made available to the creators such as myself.
I have reached out to the YouTube Help center as well as sent feedback since those are the ONLY options made readily available to me as a YouTube Partner which is not the normal protocol according to other creators.*****NOTE*****After making this post they fixed * of the * issues. They removed the video of mine by the other creator which infringed my copyright. They also gave me the ability to send emails to creator support. They are still showing bias as it pertains to monetization with videos. Also, they are being reluctant when it comes to providing my content manager's name which I should have been given when I became a YouTube Partner. I guess it's a process, but hopefully they will understand the negative impact they have on creators as a whole.