Why has hubpages asked me a security question when they could not possibly have the answer to ?
I wanted to unfollow something, was asked what my nick name was at school. No one would know the answer to this question as I have never given out this information. So I was locked out and prevented from 'unfollowing'. This is stupid! Also on that security question page, there was no available means to contact hubpages to report this!!!!!!
Hey there! I'm pretty sure you had to designate three security questions as your backup in case you forgot your password. This was done when you signed up to the site.
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