Here is another one I found using hubs and photos that are our copyright:
Can anyone help us take them down?
Please edit your post and remove the live links. Just put a space in them or something so they are not an actual link, but readers can still understand how to get there. No need to provide a valuable backlink to those thieves.
The first site had articles on it, but the search feature did not find any of mine, at least by my user name. The other two, tips4all.com and andgfx9.com are not active sites.
I wrote a hub with my evidence: http://lastheart.hubpages.com/hub/One-o … Has-a-Twin
I want my hub back, now it comes in Google search like if it is their's even when my name appears.
I went to the gfxseeker site and clicked on one of the pictures, and guess what I saw???
Yup, an ad for scraping software....
Really? So frustrating!
by Thomas Swan 4 years ago
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by Rob Welsh 7 years ago
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by H C Palting 4 years ago
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by Andrew Spacey 5 years ago
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by Wayne Barrett 5 years ago
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by LiamBean 7 years ago
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