I know a hubber that has unpublished hubs and can't publish them again. Also, they have a hubscore of 5.
AND they cannot post the question themselves, so that is why I have to ask the questions.
That particular hubber should email staff at Team@Hubpages.com and ask them. It's the best course of action.
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