I saw the very same article i publised on another site. How it happened?
I publised an article 'How to tackle fake job scams' on 30/July/09. Today I saw the very same article on Freeads 13 blogs site, which they published on 02/Aug/09. How did it happen?
most likely, someone saw your work, copy and pasted it with their computer and published it on that website.
Yep. Theft. Contact the Freeads administrator and send proof you published it first, they should pull it (if you can get a real person).
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