How do turn-in a hubber for comments on my hub that contain filthy words? (I've denied posting it)
I received a comment from a hubber on my hub 'Four Loko'. The language is terrible and filthy. It is directed at the article not at me personally (i think) but still, not appropriate at all. I am not seeing a place to flag the bad comment, or is this just one of those times where I just simply deny to post it and delete it as spam? I understand strong feelings on certain topics, and I am the last one to be on the censoring side. However in this case it is simply mean spirited and ugly for no reason.
If you are having a problem with another member, you need to bring it directly to the attention of the admin team.
I agree with relache that it need to be addressed to the administrator. I think that a code of conduct for people to follow has to maintained and that taring down people or displaying bad emotions into there comments has no place in this community.
I somewhat addressed this a little bit when I noticed a distastful comment on someone elses hub. http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Points-of-Opinion
Thank you Relache and Wvierra~
I have made contact with the Hub Team and they have defined the issue and given ample attention to the problem. Apparently in was a 'drive-by' remark and no real hubpages writer was involved.
I appreciate your time and knowledge as to where I needed to go for answers!
~Always choose love~
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