Please find my response below:
1. As per your description in the earlier email, x...@gmail.com is a user
on both l1 and l2 accounts. Hence, if you use the credentials of
x...@gmail.com and perform a CustomerService.getCustomers
the client customer id in the header, the API should return both these
accounts. If the x...@gmail.com is not a user on the l1, you can add this
email id as a user by referring to this guide
2. Please note that with unapproved developer token you can only make a
call against the test account. The getCustomers method will return only
test accounts if the developer token used has not been approved.
Let me know if you have further questions.
Milind, AdWords API Team.
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