New ploy-not that copyright problems were enough, now I am finding my HP moniker out on the web.
I am found this for my moniker "GmaGoldie" and also "Sunforge" so the "title" is GmaGoldie on Hubpages but the content is not mine and I suspect the plumnellyshop (please see image do not visit that site and give them traffic unless it is the real SunForge) that has "SunForge on HubPages" is not the real Sunforge here on HP and the content is also not from Sunforge.
What is with this ploy?
Instead of empathetic cussing against this new twisted form of thievery, be assured that your handle is unique to you. A made up word, that has been published online numerous times, it is yours, and protected under DMCA. Send them a take down. If they have purchased the domain name of GmaGoldie.com, net, org, etc., it can be more trouble. I purchased mine, and pay 12.00 per year and it is worth the added protection, believe it.
I agree with Lilly... send them a notice ASAP and be aggressive about it. Maybe include a few of your 'main' links that prove your name and identity is your's.
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