At what point do you report?
Is repeatedly leaving horribly rude and aggressive comments, and constantly emailing, even after being told flat out to stop, considered harassment on Hubpages? What would you do if a man were doing this to you? Would you consider it a form of cyber stalking?
Definitely report this right away. People have had harassing hubbers before and those offending hubbers were banned.
Hey Poetvix, if you have any emails delivered to you by anyone through the Hubpages community, then report them for "abuse", by clicking on the link in the email. You do not have to take any sort of rudeness or abuse.
Report after the first time you have told someone to stop. The mediators have the skill and ability to sort out and protect the hubpage community. Let them do their jobs.
This is abuse and violates HubPages user agreement. Contact HubPages here: http://hubpages.com/contact_us/
Hope this helps!
That is definitely against the user agreement. You should report it. People come here to have fun, meet people, and make money. Not get harassed.
At the very least those are the actions of a Cyberbully and at worst a Cyberstalker, Poetvix. Report that party ASAP! There is no room for that kind of Behaviour at anytime, my friend!
Wow, I think that you should have reported it after the second email. I hope that this clears up for you immediately, Poetvix. This is just down right nasty. Good luck and keep me informed, please.
It is stalking and I would report it before it gets out of hand.
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