Hi Simon, I don't know if there's anything that can be done about it, but multiple times in recent days I've been redirected to a scam site, a fake YouTube survey, and I'm guessing it's connected to whatever ad was running on the page. Just a heads up, if it can be reported.
Just a heads up: Scam ads abound
Not without you sending me details. Also, you may want to check your device - these things are very often the result of malware installed.
I just scanned for malware and I'm all set. The reason I mentioned ads being at fault is this article:
There's a lot of malware that installs with apps that also does this. Free apps are either subsidized by some other business model, ad-supported, malware or hobbyware.
Rogue ads are usually removed pretty quickly, if you have persistent problems malware may be the culprit, especially if it's unique to a specific device / user.