The same person has twice commented on my hubs leaving a link for a related product, I think; I have not clicked on the links. She joined 8 months ago, but has no hubs, followers or following. Her only activity is commenting and posting links. I'm surprised she is still here.
I would report her. Seems she is here only to advertise or scam.
I got this problem on my other website where I post comments to news items. One person used to contact me through gmail id stating he has posted a comment on my website and he used to give a link to his website every time. When I tried to see the comments posted by him on my site, I did not find any comment. After watching it for 3 times, I reported it as spam and now I do not get any mail from him.
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Psyche is right - deny the comments on the basis of being spam. Enough of them and HP will pick it up and delete the account.
Yes, I denied the comments both times and clicked the spam button. I'm assuming they will pick it up at some point; just surprised it hasn't happened yet.
I had one person stalking me before they found my hub pages, then she joined hub pages and signed up under my amazon user name. I reported her as a stalker and they immediately banned her from hub pages. She has caused enough strife in my writing then any one person could imagine.
I had the same thing happen on here not too long ago. There were 3 posts in a row in the comment section of one of my Hubs with just links. I denied them and reported as spam.
Maybe she's promoting the link and by pasting it everywhere she can she hopes someone would eventually clicked it and earn her money.
I would not approved such comments under my articles.
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