Hey guys, take a look at my latest hub, "An Overview of T-Mobile's Plans" and let me know what you think. I have just been accused of plagerising. I don't think that this is the case, but if it is, I want to take the hub down. Thanks!
Who is accusing you of this? Are you getting a duplicate content message on your hub, which means maybe someone copied your hub and put it on their website?
no, it's in the comments, it's not even a hubber, or if it is, they didn't have the balls to comment as themselves
thats crazy your hub is little......I don't know what to say but fight it!
lol, yeah, I know, I wanted to make a compare/contrast hub but I was way too sick to do that.
Terry - My concern with that is that if I remove that, then I remove the majority of the text, therefore making the entire thing basically non-existant.
Koolz, thanks guys, and sweetie pie, I see you're at 100, congrats!!!
Thanks Rainbow Brite. Hope you are feeling better and not worrying about that silly comment. If I were you I would delete it as that person's comment adds no value to the discussion on your hub anyway. After deleting his comment I would spam it so that is where his future comments will go, to the spam filter.
Sorry RB I deleted my post. I thought you meant that HP did this to you. If its a commentator I would not worry.
Maybe you have a secret admirer thats going about it in all the wrong ways (to get your attention)!!
sweetiepie - I thought about that, but I don't want to delete his comment simply because I disagree with it. This is America, (well where I'm at it is anyway) and I fully believe in freedom of speech. I think he posted twice, under different names each time, because there is a hateful comment on my racisim hub too under the same time frame and the name is in the same "gear head" vein.
Terry- inbd on the delete, and I REALLY REALLY REALLY hope that I don't have such an admirer, I can find stalkers all on my own, ty very much lolz
Controversy does tend to bring out the uglies unfortunately n a risk one must accept if writing bout somethin controversial. Jus keep your eye on him ..note the IP addy, k keep a record
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