For last three days i have been flagging hub by maxpress as its in hindi
why has it not been deleted as yet
Can we get all new threads like this deleted?
It really puts a dark cloud over the forum. Deadens the mood somewhat.
Yes, we will. This user does email us, but then posts these "reminders" in the Forums which are for Hubber discussions.
Hopefully people will not reply to them before we get a chance to delete them - otherwise, the replies will look stranded and contextless.
you must be tired by now maybe you should take a break ,three days is a long time without sleep.....jimmy
YAWN!!! wake me up when this bad dream of forum flaming spam goes away! ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzZZz
I am not sure but is there a rule against posting things that are not in English?
Good idea friends.
Someone on the Hub pirates/plagiarizes scores of Hindi poems, uses them to make money off advertisers, then someone complains about it, and all of you fight the person who complains -- while none of you speaks a word against the pirate.
There sure is a "dark side" to Hub pages.
Jason Menayan is the only person who has ever given the proper response. I appreciate him.
What the others do not realize is that you can kill the comments, but it will embolden us (the aggrieved ones) all the more to use the net for a campaign against Hub. On the other hand if all of you were as reasonable as Jason, I would have not made this post.
Thanks Jason once again. And please remind the friends that suppression is not good.
Jason Menayan is an employee of Hubpages.
The rest of us are active forum users.
If a person has a problem, report it to Hubpages, there is no need for thread after thread of complaining that none of us can fix. In fact making so many threads about the same thing is spamming.
I don't like spammers or piraters. But the person accused of pirating isn't here annoying us.
Since Google Ads are International, why can't HUBBERS be International?
Google has a translator for many languages. Poster could indicate language for easy translation.
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