I have a hub copied by someone, well at least the URL says so. On the copied hubs page, I follow the link provided by HP but it seemed the site is locked and I cannot get to the actual page.
Here is the unlinked URL. http:// pcmobileapps. biz/ios/tiffany-orecchini-cuore-best-jamaican-stew-pork-recipe/
If anyone has any suggestion please provide it.
Don't take the survey. Just file the DMCA with the host:
I got the screen shot, if you have the URL just file the DMCA, I see WF has provided the link.
Message me if you want me to email a bigger version.
I have a copy of her article from start to finish. you can tell me how you want me to send it to you (for the purpose of comparison with your hub only) but here are two screenshots of her page.
since you can't file a copyright without verification
The thing is, she can't include the screen shot on the DMCA form.
Maybe you could just explain how you circumvented taking the survey to see the page (did you?) and she could put that explanation on the DMCA.
I edited the html code to bypass the premium file lock
How did you edit the HTML code on someone else's website?
it was temporary editing. i used the F12 key to view the page source.
As @WriterFox mentioned, you can use the URL and issue the claim to the host for the site.
Here is the WHOIS info for that domain.
I copied the url you listed above in the Google brewer and it did not work. I copied the same url into the google search bar and a list came up under that. Is it one of them?
Taiwokareem, she has the link. I think it would be best for you to remove this live link to that spam site. You don't really want to help them out, do you?
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