This morning I have logged in, after being away for a weekend, and have noticed that my entire account has been 'Zeroed'... No Hubs, No Profile, No Followers, No Followings, No Statistics.
Any insights that can be provided me with this concern will be greatly appreciated !!!
Jeff, a.k.a. 'CriticalMessage'
You need to check your spam filter for an email, the look at the warnings on your hubs.
I can not see my hubs, nor my profile, nor my statistics and all setting have been zeroed as well... I am not understanding how my spam filter would effect those...
So if you go here: http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats no hubs are listed?
If so you need to talk to hub staff.
No hubs listed... No nothing except the ability to start all over like this is some new account... Is how it is reacting.. Thank you for your insights !
Friday I had 33 Hubs, and a profile, and stats... The whole lot... Today I logged in and it is a bunch of nothing.
I guess I can not find an area in which I can contact 'Hub Staff' either...
There is still a profile and hubs for CriticalMessage Jeffrey with 32 published hubs?
Try clearing your cache? IDK, but it is there!
It's criticalmessenger.hubpages.com/ vs. criticalmessage.hubpages.com/ (message vs. messenger).
Ah, lol. A clear case of, "Don't shoot me, I'm only the messenger."
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