I am clearly not a spammer and I wanted to submit a Hub. I don't have a mobile phone, just a landline, and none of my friends wish to share their phone number for verification. I believe stating that verification is to "Prove you are not a robot" is false, as captcha and other methods are perfectly valid without having to submit personal information.
To be honest, I am sick and tired of having to submit personal info. I used the Web since the 90s and thrived in the wall of anonymity which it allowed. I don't want people to know who I am, and If I did I would not be online as much.
Perhaps it is unclear. I do not want to submit any element of my real personal life to Hub Pages, be it phone number, address, passport or other.
I understand that there will be no solution for this, but am merely expressing my thoughts.
by sharif_aly6 years ago
You are not alone. I have the same experience as well. I try to publish another hub, but it just stuck after I entered the correct captcha..no matter if I tried Firefox, IE, Chrome, Safari and Opera.Please fix this...
by west406 years ago
I have made some changes in some of my hubs and am wondering if I should resubmit these url's or if they will automatically be "crawled" and I do not need to resubmit. Any help will be appreciated and I...
by formerbronxboy5 years ago
Dear Hub, I have written to management three times without a reply. When I attempt to follow someone, I am asked for my verification code. Will you please explain what that is.I have also applied to Ad-Sense, and was...
by Will Apse5 months ago
I have had a number of pages selected by editors as suitable for being moved to niche sites but in need of revision. I have been working through the backlog and submitted 2 recently.When I try to submit the third, I get...
by Skye Edger3 years ago
Hi,The IVR from Hubpage called with confirmation code. But due to network issue, i could not hear it. Please help me to get it again so that i can publish my hub. Thanks
by TIMETRAVELER24 months ago
It would be very helpful if the team would place some sort of small mark next to articles or above them to show writers that they are ready, time wise, to be submitted to a niche site. Otherwise, we have to keep a...
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