I received a comment on my hub, Safety Standards for Appliance Repair for the Do It Yourself Home Handyman, that is an advertisement for a business in Atlanta. I was wondering if I should deny it or if I should approve it, since I generally feel that people should be able to say whatever they want, I would normally approve any comment. But this does not seem like a comment at all. Take a look please and see if you agree. <snipped link>
It's nice that you want to allow people to say whatever they want, but if it's unrelated to your hub then it shouldn't be allowed.
And like Maddie said, this one sounds like spam so it should also be marked as spam.
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