When a new user is banned for clearly being a spammer, could there be some function to auto-delete all their posts so we don't have to go through and report every single one?
That would be like asking admin for entire spam threads to be deleted, instead of admin just deleting the initial one while leaving all the abusive responses and complaints.
My observation, e.g. for the two dating site spammers yesterday, was that only reported posts were deleted.
Leaving posts started by or predominantly made by spammers leave a continuity.... of spam.
by compu-smart9 years ago
Im sure many questions relating to spammers have been raised before, but i will explain and ask anyway...I have recently had many of my hubs spammed by blatant spammers and i always delete these comments...I then...
by Marcy Goodfleisch3 years ago
I just noticed that comments I delete from the 'comments' section on my accounts page are not being deleted from the actual hubs. One of my hubs gets spammed a lot by people posting links and email addresses for...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
Just reporting this problem to tech. Check it out.
by Richard Bivins8 years ago
I think HP should put some sore of restriction on posting to the forums to keep people from joining just to post their spam.New hubbers should have to at least publish One hub of original content before having access to...
by writinginalaska2 years ago
i am suddenly getting spam comments on almost everyone of my Hub articles that have nothing to do with my Hub topic. They appear to be from new or foreign Hubbers. What can i do about this besides click the...
by Glen7 years ago
Any chance that perhaps a few Hubbers from each of the timezones around the world (if possible) could be given the power to suspend accounts and delete posts of spammers?Not to get involved in any moderation of the...
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