I am absolutely gobsmacked! Not only has this hubber just started about an hour ago, he came over to one of my hubs and made a comment! what an idiot! I said thanks to him and automatically went over to check him out and what did I find? he had literally copied my hub word for word, moved the pictures about a bit, and the stupid moron has even copied my links AND my link to my profile! not only is he annoying he is plain stupid! what a dumbass! so watch out! I have flagged him, but he might still be sneaky and do it again! UNBELIEVABLE!
http://hubpages.com/_3irgbjxgd6ylw/hub/ … treetview2
I forgot to add that he has obviously stolen someone else's as well, it is about the 60 day hub challenge!
http://hubpages.com/_3irgbjxgd6ylw/hub/ … onthehub22
I'm sure he won't last long. HP staff does not tolerate that type of behavior.
Good job for catching him!
Why do you have two separate threads on the same topic.
HubPages frowns on this type of behavior.
If you have found someone copying hubs, then flag the profile and email: Team@Hubpages.com
Secondly, WHY on Earth are you using "Trackers" in the forums?
That's in poor taste, alone.
The reason why I did it twice was because I thought it was only me, and I have no idea why any trackers have come up? I only copied and pasted his URL at the bottom of his page
by Nell Rose 7 years ago
I didn't realise at the time when I posted my last post that he has in fact stolen 2 hubs! see below his name is relativ, he'll be relativ when I get hold of him!http://hubpages.com/hub/makingmoneyonthehub22http://hubpages.com/hub/googlestreetview2
by WeddingConsultant 10 years ago
Check out:http://hubpages.com/profile/shyaoguanbingShe's stolen hubs from Erin Soule, Peter Lopez, and others....
by Andrew 8 years ago
This hubber copied an Article from docstoc. I can't believe it. He also copied others. hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Copy-DVD-To-CDUncatched By Google search he answered the request asked 2 weeks ago.Cached article on DocStoc Setember 11, 2009. This is Google's cache of...
by jstankevicz 8 years ago
Can we get an Email when somebody follows one of our URL trackers to sign up for HubPages? Or, reorganize the URL trackers page from my account to make it easy to spot a newbie?Just started paying attention to my old URL trackers. Found that 183 people had signed up to HubPages though my URL...
by Chitrangada Sharan 5 years ago
What to do when one of the hubber here has visited one of my hub 52 times and rewritten my hub?This is one of my most successful hubs. The hubber has never commented on my said hub, but has almost rewritten everything from my hub. I got her link from the stats of my hub and was shocked to discover...
by DK 5 years ago
This forum is a place for you to post hubs that you think are clearly of low quality and need flagging. Committed hubbers should follow this forum and check these hubs posted for quality when they have the time. If a hub has been clearly copied (for example from a PDF file that the plagiarism...
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