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There are two options for this in a hubber's profile. I can click on contact "name", which has an icon of an envelope beside it. And I can click ask "name" a question. I want to contact a hubber to ask a question, but how can I do this without giving away my email adress?
As far as I know, you can't message (contact) a Hubber without your email showing up. If you're concerned about privacy, you may want to change your email settings and create an email address that doesn't reveal your name.
You may also check to see if the Hubber has a blog, Twitter or other social media account listed in their profile. Perhaps you can send a message through one of those.
Hope this helps! Others here may have additional info.
I've had people ask me questions, and as far as I've noticed, I don't see their e.mail address. The question will show up on "questions" (and maybe on one's own account or profile wherever new stuff for the Hubber shows up), and if the Hubber has notifications set to "notify if someone asked me a question" he'll get an e.mail from HP with something like, "click on this question to answer it". If I recall correctly, once I've clicked I get to my own account where the question and the other Hubber's name shows up - and then I can either answer or ignore it.
Maybe someone else can confirm whether I'm correct about this or not.
I have contacted a hubber recently and by the time I received the reply from her, I saw my email address showing above my question, I can also see the sender's email address.
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