Why is my Squidoo account published here with no monies or sales coming to myself?
I am still the person who wrote these articles, I did not sell them and I see no reason why someone now feels they have the right to them, they are still my intellectual property.
I have an account here and I can prove they are my articles, can I get them transferred to this account?
I did not even know my account had been moved here after the Squidoo sale until I read an article over on IB.
Really not happy as I could have deleted that article and republished it myself!
You were sent numerous emails, to the address attached to your Squidoo account, telling you about the merger and the migration process. Since you didn't opt out of having your lenses transferred, they were moved to HubPages.
You can't get the hubs transferred to an existing account, unless you want to move them yourself manually. You can get access to the account where they're posted now by emailing email@example.com.
Thank you for your reply. Since posting this question I took a look incase I could log on with my old password and from that accidently came across how to validate the account as my own.
It doesn't look right at all so will have to rework them.
by Writer Fox 3 years ago
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