http:// illmixtapes.com/crispyhiphop. php?url=cardisa.hubpages. com/hub/The-Health-Benifits-
While searching for stolen content I found an item leading to this. The search results shows the snippet I used from my hub but the page shows nothing. Why is my URL attached to another?
It never ceases to amaze me, given how much information is openly available, how many people choose to act like the Internet is an empty department store with no sales help in sight instead of a superhero factory where they are in charge of their own destiny.
If you are suggesting it is easy to find the answer, I tried Googling for it and found nothing.
Looks like the URL is created because your work was once on the site. I reported that site awhile ago. It says there is no post showing now, which means URL might be cached (old - it will update with Google at some point). Your hub does not come up in the hidden source code, so maybe just report this URL for removal with Google.
Not to worry, no one can read your stuff as it isn't there.
I got a notification from HP about Copyright violation and couldn't find a thing until I clicked on the alert from HP. These people are getting more devious by the minute,
I got a site that sells iTunes, Emusic and more. Somehow they got hold of your link/URL.
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