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Spammy comments get allowed?


There is a comment just found by me on caloriebee.com/nutrition/Benefits of Orange Peels. It is not exactly a comment. It is a promotional post of an article by healthline365 posted some 8 months ago. They posted the entire article titled "22 Home remedies for acne & pesky pimples" and at the end given a link to their site for reading more of it and many other articles. Why such comments are allowed and kept on such a new niche site of our hubpages? It will definitely degrade the image of our site and /or our writers. Can't you detect and remove it?

 

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Ruby Jean Fuller (always exploring) says

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18 months ago
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    Venkatachari M 18 months ago

    If it happens on our hubs, most of us delete it immediately. But, there are some who may not care to delete it which is not good for hubpages.

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Tim Mitchell (tsmog) says

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18 months ago
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    Venkatachari M 18 months ago

    I do agree with you. But, either the author on whose hub it is appearing should delete it or the administration should have some tool to detect and delete it within a specific period. It is appearing there since 8 months.

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Devika Primić (DDE) says

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18 months ago
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    Venkatachari M 18 months ago

    True, Devika. We should not allow such things to happen.