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HELP! How do I get rid of a violation on my hub. The link wont delete!
I have the little skull on my hub. It says that a certain Hubber has malware on their page and I have a link to their page on my most popular hub. I am really annoyed because it wont let me delete the link. I can, however, delete other links. Its just these specific links that wont delete HELP!!
I have tried, going in and deleting the word from the hub that the link was attached to. I want to see now if they will take the little skull off of my page. Let me know if anyone wants me to name the hubber who is involved. I personally don't think I even added his links to my hubs.
The skull simply means there are violations on that hub. I would love to know, this person needs to be exposed.
If necessary, copy the capsule (without the link) to another capsule and nuke the capsule altogether.
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