This site seems to be duplicating/forwarding to HP? I found it when doing PR research on one of my hubs. It has the address shophq04.info/hub/name of my hub. Everything is copied.
When you go to shophq04.info, it forwards or something to HP because it shows me logged in.
Weird!!! How is this possible?
Check this hub, Maddie answered this already:
http://hubpages.com/hub/What-is-shophq0 … -our-stuff
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