Yesterday, the Google Play team mistook Mommy Saver Plus (the paid version of Mommy Saver) for another app and removed it from the app store.
I filled in the little textbox to make an appeal.
Today, I got an update:
Clearly, the reviewer either did not read or did not understand my two-sentence appeal.
It's possible my words weren't clear enough and the reviewer didn't have enough time to understand them. I wrote something very close to "Mommy Saver Plus was removed for 'deceptive ads' which is a little silly because there is no ads in the app. The attached screenshots have nothing to do with Mommy Saver Plus."
This part scares me:
"... repeated violations can result in the suspension of this app or your Google Play Developer account."
I don't dare re-submit the same app, at least not with the same package. I'll probably tweak it a little bit and then re-submit it under a different package... after I back up all my google data, just in case.
Until then, the links to upgrade from the free version will continue to 404.