Is there a way to ban or remove a Hub follower? Please see additional details before answering.
Recent animosities with a former friend who tried to steal from me prompts me to ask this question. He hasn't done anything on Hub pages that I can report, but I would rather avoid getting to that point
If he hasn't done anything on hubpages to report, I don't see that there is anything that you can do about getting the person banned. As far as people following you, I don't know how you can remove that person either. The only control I know you have is denying that person's comments from appearing on your hubs. You still have to read them, but at least you don't have anything public.
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