by jim10 8 years ago
I had a hubpages account for years. I also had a squidoo account. When Squidoo was merged with Hubpages I couldn't find anyway to had my Squidoo pages to my current hub pages account. Instead I had to open a new account. I would like to move my hubs from my new account into my old one. Thanks,Jim
by M.s Fowler 4 years ago
All my hubs need revision and Im busy with school so I was wondering how do i delete my account!
by sandra rinck 13 years ago
Someone got into my accounts and now the stuff they were posting in other sites is showing up in my rss feeds. http://hubpages.com/hub/LobsterWhat do I do?How do I find this person and how can I fix the feeds?edit- I found her http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Best-Reusab … tic-BottleI...
by Praise Dancewear 8 years ago
How do I delete my account
by Mamoona 13 months ago
I am not interested in hubpages anymore how can I permanently delete my hubpages account?
by Mia Villaflores 8 years ago
How to delete my hub account?
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