Very annoying, can anyone out there in hubville offer advise? sara85 is the spammer.
You know you can just hit the report button on here comment on the thread.
I wish though that we had a report button when we go to the persons profile. That would be so much better.
Click the report tab,look at the drop down and click spam, submit.
Click report button and select the spam option over there that can you can protect the spammers
there have been a few today. just go to their post and you will see a box on the bottom that says report, click report and then you'll see the drop down box to click on SPAM, do it as soon as you see them.
Hubpages is very good at eliminating spammers. The problem is we really do need an after hours moderator.
The spammers get wise and come on after office hours.
One day we will be at a point where we see them for only a few seconds and they will vanish.
by Laurel Rogers 12 years ago
There's a spammer in the forums today-what else is new?-and I wondered if it's necessary to report each and every thread. It's all over the place.Is one report adequate?
by lee 11 years ago
I have just visited the games section of these forums and the top 14 posts are all just spam from 2 individuals,is it me or has spamming got worse in the last couple of weeks or have i just started to notice it and its always been bad,I dont know why but it riles me a lot!!!!!
by sheilamyers 7 years ago
Stupid question, but here goes. Can we get flagged by HP as a spammer if we report several spammers or spam questions/comments/etc within a short period of time. When I was going through the "answer" section, I found tons of spam and started flagging them, then decided just to go to the...
by Michael Willis 12 years ago
I knnow it happens all the time here on HP, but is there any way to stop this from happening? Curious!A thought.....could we follow their link and report them there? Or is this just something that HP and the rest of us have to deal with/ignore?
by Eric Dockett 11 months ago
This is a suggestion. Do whatever the heck you want to do:For those who don't know, which seems to be many, when you respond to someone who drops a spam link in the forum, you quote the spam link. That means, even if the admin gets rid of the original spam post, the spam link remains because you...
by Eric Graudins 14 years ago
LO All,I'm new here, and have been watching a user named Philgood put up over 70 spammy hubs since he joined 6 hours ago.http://hubpages.com/profile/PhilgoodWhat's the best course of action here?Are there automatic systems that discover and delete this sort of stuff, or does Hub Pages rely on users...
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