My new hub about using pyramid energy to improve life keeps showing me a warning about it containing multilevel marketing content - I wonder why. It certainly isn't that. http://anitasaran.hubpages.com/hub/Pyra … s-and-More
Thanks for any insights
The word "pyramid" is probably setting off the automated filters that watch out for such terms. I wouldn't worry about it.
I wrote a Hub reviewing a "stoner comedy" film starring Tommy Chong of Cheech & Chong fame, and it still shows a warning that "this Hub appears to be about drugs" because I made a few references to illicit substances in it. The hub is not ABOUT drugs, but obviously it's kinda hard to review a Tommy Chong project without mentioning them once or twice...hahaha!!
MLM is also known as a "pyramid scheme." It's a pretty major scam. See if you can rephrase so the filter doesn't think you're talking about that kind of "pyramid" or, if not, I think you can ask for a hand approval to get around confused filters.
Thank you both for responding. I've deleted this hub, anyway.
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