I've noticed a disturbing trend on Pinterest @PinterestGabby - whole boards being stolen and redirected to spam sites.
Here's my board (PLEASE DON'T TAKE THIS ONE DOWN):
Here are two boards that steal my text, the pins, use the same board description, and use a similar board title all while sending people to another URL.
How do I get this spammer banned for life without messing up my impressions? I'm so tired of losing pins to people like this. I don't have the energy to report the 21 pins on each board that they stole and redirected to another website. They are even redirecting a story on each board.
Why doesn't Pinterest start pursuing legal action against these people? I spend hours per day making content just to have it stolen within days.
This totally sucks and it ruins my brand. All the while my impressions go all over the place. When Pinterest responds to me I would like a detailed description of how action was pursued against these spammers. I'm tired of the DCMA form letters.
@theburntsunsetnovel Wow Chris, this is disturbing... I had no idea this was happening. How did you find these stolen boards, so I can check mine to see if they've been hijacked?
@foodiehomechef I typed my board name into the search bar. Under where my board showed up I clicked all boards named "Summer Happy Relationship Poetry".
The two fake boards in this case "only" stole a story and all my pictures but not any of my poetry that I place in between the pictures. I'm going to post a picture now to my board and time how long it takes to be stolen.