It seems someone has hijacked one of the TinyURLs that was sent out in the marketing communication and it now redirects users to a porn site. Is there anyway we can reclaim the TinyURL?
@PeanutsMonkey You didn't really answer John's question. At least it doesn't seem so. You just restated that people end up at a porn site. (Maybe you're just being brief at the cost of clarity.) I'm not sure it's even possible to "take over" an existing TinyURL in the way you're describing.
Use LongURL to find out where the tinyurl is really pointing. It'll also show you if there are subsequent redirects. So if you first see your original URL, and then the porn site, that means the redirect is happening on your end, not via TinyURL itself.
For example I just created this tinyurl by shortening
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