I asked a question but it did not appear on the questions that I asked and it is closed to new answers. But I got the link:
http://hubpages.com/question/124794/wha … p-site?new
So I was just wondering what happened?
If the question or the answers violated Hubpages ToS it would have been removed. Things that would be violations include adult topics, gambling, drugs etc.
I just posted the question and it was automatically closed to new answers.
Ah I think I figured it out. Your question was about drop shipping. So I don't think there should be issue with the content (I think.)
However because of your publication ban, the same rule may apply to questions - you're not allowed to ask them till the ban is lifted.
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