Something is wrong!

Last Update: May 02, 2018

So I’m sitting here about to catch a plane home and I thought I would google one of my sites horsesforsale.co.nz just to see how it looks in google and where my competitors are ranking and this is wwhat appeared:


This post is not on my site and has nothing to do with me?

How is this possible?

When I click on the link it takes me to my website and everything looks okay?

Have I been hacked?


Cheers Karen


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KVanWormer Premium
That is odd!

kenny
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kdforsman Premium
Hi Kenny, yes it was very odd, but seems to have resolved itself... I think it must have been a caching issue...? Cheers, Karen
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MikeC69 Premium
Wow , that's weird ! Please let us know what you find here! Br=est of luck Karen !
Mike
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kdforsman Premium
Thanks and yes I will.
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accad Premium
Do you mean, the post is not yours?
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kdforsman Premium
Nope. That post is definitely not mine!
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accad Premium
Try to Google if there is another domain exactly as yours then Site Rubix lack the record details on domains in the world.
This is the issue, online entrepreneurs face today, the assurance that when you buy a domain name it should really be yours and no one else. If it is a duplicate the algorithm should know it, if we are fooled then we are being sold.
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Steven-A Premium
wow. this might be a hack. did you notify site support? what did they say?
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kdforsman Premium
I haven’t notified support yet but am going to do so, as soon as my flight lands!
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Steven-A Premium
I get to your website when i put in the URL see image. I'm in New Hampshire, USA.
See if it is the same when you get home and your on your Internet connection. Maybe it's some strange wireless intercept.
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Steven-A Premium
See image attached.
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NicoAlpaca Premium
I copied your URL and I get to your site (horses for sale). Could be your browser on your cell phone acting up. Not sure. Cheers, Nicole
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kdforsman Premium
I know. When I click on the google search result the correct page shows.... but why would a “win a trip to San Francisco” appear on the google search results when I’ve never written a post like this? It’s a mystery!
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