I rec'd an email from my sister telling me that a comment I posted to one of her hubs showed me as "unverified" plus my picture never shows up when I post a comment to her hubs. Can anyone explain what might be the problem? I joined Hub Pages about 3 months ago, I think, and haven't had any issues up till now. Thanks
Also, if you change the e-mail address that is associated with your HubPages account, there is a brief process to go through to get that address verified. During the period before verification is complete, an e-mail address would show up as being "unverified."
This would apply to e-mail messages sent through the "contact" button rather than to comments, which is the problem you mentioned. - It's just one of those things I have learned related to unverified matters, and thought I would pass it along.
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