I have a least two followers who have since been banned from Hubpages. Is there a way to delete these followers off of your profile as it gives a false number count.
You should just be able to unfollow them, and if they left you fan mail, then I think you can go back and deny it so that it doesn't appear on your profile at all.
I will reserve my comments as to this thread. Of course, I have been wrong before.
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