When I delete a comment and bring it back by undeleting a new moderator choice shows up... Spam. What happens if you click on spam?
Does the comment show up for review by Hub police?
Does it remain viewable to visitors?
Also, how do I report a particularly vindictive, mean-spirited, hubber who has been attaching me personally because of my hubs on Sarah Palin?
Even to the extend that he has threatened me...
American Romance 16 hours ago
mentioned you in my latest hub, don't worry that is just a taste, I plan on making you famous! are you excited?
If you click SPAM then the comment will be reviewed. However, another hubber leaving a comment and the rules for what is SPAM, is the difference. I would have expected you to bring this to the attention of HubPages if it's become a problem for you.
No, it will not be visible.
As I said above, your better course of action, should have been quiet and unnoticed by the hubber you are now talking about in a public forum??
I would, look into the hub written, and see exactly what was said?
It could have legal ramifications? Unknown, because of a lack of knowledge of the entire situation. But, email HubPages staff to see what can be done.
Just my thoughts on it.
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by Catherine Giordano 4 years ago
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