I thought when unfollowing a follower I wouldn't be seeing their name again but I am , why.
Why I am still a followers name when I unfollowed twice and spam it?
Chances are they are writing for a topic that you follow. Also flagging a writer as spam doesn't make it go away. A few people need to mark a user as a spammer before they get moderated.
I thought "unfollow" meant that you would not receive notice of their hubs anymore and would remove you from their list of followers as well.
It does. But if you follow the topic "Literature" and they write a hub filed under the "Literature" category, it will still show up in your feed because it is a new hub in that category. It's a difficult situation that should be left up to the mods.
I hope so, because this person leaves peculiar messages and I don't like the hubber. I deny this person.
Now that I have read your reason why, I take back the joke. I would be very bothered by that as well. Have you tried sending a notification e-mail? I would do that right away. Sorry to hear about such a disturbing experience you are having.
I am having trouble blocking this Huber who calls him self cleaner3 from my view because he said he would dig up my dead dog just to kill again? when I figure it out I'll share the knowledge.
Because I paid someone to re-add me to your following! LOL
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