I am puzzled as to why Chikita ads are running on the bottom of my hubs. I am not signed up with them through Hubpages. How do I monetize off of them if they are using ads on my pages that I have not authorized them to.
As reference in the above link, these ads are in a two week trial period with the HubPage ad program.
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