I started at HubPages last summer and I'd never allowed others users to email me until about a week ago. And now, after that one week, I think I'm going to turn this feature back off.
I really hope the Hub Team finds a way to address this. Based on some of the threads that have popped up this week, the community needs some ways to better report the bad players.
Relache, I hope that you didn't think that I was sending you spam. I tried to contact you yesterday via the contact button on your profile. I just wanted you to check out my hub, since we were having a conversation, somewhat, about the pictures that I posted on it... :-/ And since I've updated a few more pictures showing the procedure, I was hoping you would continue the conversation.
I was not referring to you, and I'm sorry for not getting back to you yet. I've had a busy few days.
What I'm referencing is crap such as people who expect me to be their fans just because they chose to be one of mine, and communicative gems such as "how r u do visit my blog."
Relache- I just wanted to make sure. I realize that you're busy, so when you have time, I would appreciate it.
by John Reid-Roberts 5 years ago
I think being able to send private messages to other users would be a great feature. I have followers who joined HubPages just to follow my content, and I would like to be able to contact them directly, but since they don't have hubs posted this is difficult.
by SweetiePie 2 years ago
Is there a possibility we could have a new feature that would only allow Hubpage members with profiles to send emails? I think this might cut down on the amount of spam we are currently receiving from unverified email accounts. Just a thought . Also, it would be great if email...
by Darla Sue Dollman 13 days ago
One of my most popular articles is marked as copied, and it was copied and posted on a website that appears to be a combination of sales and porn. The website also has articles from my blogs, so they are stealing quite a bit of income from me. How do you file a DMCA without any information on where...
by Trekkiemelissa 9 years ago
Okay I don't get much email through hubpages. I just curious if anyone else got this one. I took name and email out of this. Sounds like I got propositions or something.Hello dearHow are you doing today, i hope every things is okwith you as its mypleassure to contact you after...
by BundleBoy 9 years ago
I am getting "love letter" from women around the world. Courtesy HubPages. I am not blaming HubPages, but these spammers seem to be getting my email id from HubPages. Any other Hubber affected? how do we stop it? Any ideas?
by Jerilee Wei 10 years ago
Guess there is not much you can do about this other than reporting it as spam to your server?Soniya (via HubPages) to me show details 1:53 AM (7 hours ago) ReplySoniya (affiliate@xxxxxx) has sent you this message.(email address not verified)Hi Jerilee, My name is Soniya and I am the affiliate...
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