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CharlieSpencer

They've been doing it from Day One. It's their web site; they take down or leave up what they want. Do you have reasons to expect otherwise?

I suspect you're using a URL or phrase that the spam filter is blocking. It used to give warnings, but now it sends the content into the Ol' Bit Bucket so spammers won't learn which words to avoid.

I ran into this a couple of years ago with the word 'suggestion'. It was blocked because the spam filter was set to look for 'UGG', a brand of boots being heavily pushed at the time.

It could be a similar filter programming issue; try sending your original content directly to a staff member or moderator and see if he or she can identify the troublesome language.