I started a Forum thread, that people are still responding to, but the thread is no where to be found on the Forum:
This is important information about the need for Hubbers to change their eBay passwords. The bottom of the thread says that it is 'closed to reply.' Why is that and why are people still able to reply but the thread is gone from the Forum?
Hmm, that's odd. I am looking into what happened.
It was a bug and it's fixed now. You can see the thread listed here: http://hubpages.com/forum/category/2915
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