I found problem while posting my hub it shows option for 'Duplicate' although when I checked for violation it shows that there is no violation content. Can you please suggest me, what should I do.
This usually relates to copied content you're trying to publish. Did you borrow content from another website or source?
Also, when you get a chance, you might have someone who is a native English speaker review anything you publish on the site to help identify ways to improve grammar or spelling.
Hope you get the problem sorted out!
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