Thank you for applying to the YouTube Partner Program. To evaluate your application, our team carefully reviewed your channel. Unfortunately we found that your application does not meet our YouTube Partner Program policies so we cannot approve your channel for monetization at this time. We have policies in place that we believe support a healthy environment for advertisers, creators, and users, which means sometimes making difficult decisions like this one. Please go to your monetization page to read more about the specific policy our specialists flagged for your channel.If you adjust the content on your channel, please consider reapplying. You can reapply to the YouTube Partner Program in 30 days. What this means for your channel. Whilst you cannot monetize as a result
of this, you still have access to most other creator features, and can: Upload videos Edit or delete your videos Communicate with your audience. There is no change to how your videos are promoted in our search and recommendation systems. How to reapply We want you to have a chance to monetize, but to do that you will need to make some adjustments to your channel.If you want to reapply, you should start by going to the monetization page to read more about the policy your channel violated. Then review your videos against our YouTube Partner Program policies and our Community Guidelines. The next step is to edit or delete any videos that violate our policies. Please also note that standard YPP eligibility criteria of 4,000 public watch hours and 1,000 subscribers will continue to apply here also. In 30 days you’ll see the option to reapply on the monetization page. If you reapply, we will carefully look over your channel again and we will email you to let you know as soon as the process is complete. You can also check the status of your application on the monetization page. – The YouTube Team
I have never received any money from my videos on YouTube. They supposedly owe me $300 but there is no way that I can find to retrieve this money. I put YouTube on the same level as the SPLC and wear their labels as a badge of honor.