I've just received an automated 'warning' on a hub I've just published which says
However, whilst the hub is about e cigarettes, it doesn't 'promote' them, but questions their safety. From my perspective, that is definitely not promoting them (and I've made sure the amazon ads are about quitting smoking too).
Do I need to remove it?
ps sorry about the title not sure how that happened
Nope just ignore it. I have two smoking hubs, one about how to give up smoking and the other about a no smoking in public places law, and both have this automated warning.
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