I am getting threats and name calling on one of my hubs! How do I block this IP address!
I have been doing that but they keep on coming! I will wait! This guy is actually threatening me and saying stuff about my mother! Bad news! Thanks Misha! I will wait
I'd go with Misha's advice in this situation. It really does work.
Whats the hub about? Maybe they like you and they just don't know the right words to express their affection.
I wrote an expose on a real bad news recently formed collection agency and how to deal with them. It comes up on Google as the first post so it must be costing one of the collectors some commission money! One of them thought he could intimidate me the same way they do on the phone! Thanks all!
In a weird way, you should be proud of yourself, frogpatch. You are a threat to them.
Is your comment capsule set to moderate comments before publishing?
Just laugh as you click deny
I marked it to approve first but I still have to read his crap! I blocked unsigned in posters also but he showed up on a different hub! He called me a DH today and a scumbag last week! I can't wait until his IP is blocked. Then he will have to borrow someone elses computer.
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