I already have two accounts here but it has been suggested to me that I start a new one seeing as my original HubPage is no longer doing so well with earnings. I went to try but it said the email had already been used and to submit a new one or sign in. I like to use the same email for convenience. I tried signing in only to find there is no option I can see for starting a new site and I am back in my original HubPage account.
Can we not use the same email address here to start a new HubPage account? If not I will have to use some email address with a mailbox I never bother with.
I think in the end it would allow spammers to make too many accounts and muddle things up a bit.
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