I noticed that in the last few hours (or half a day), 4 of my posts were down voted (3 regular, 1 meta).

It made me wonder if it was done on purpose.
Not that I don't accept being down voted, it means I should check again the question to be sure it's good - but right now it just seems weird.

From my experience, it's odd to get so many (relatively) down votes in such a short period, and without a single comment explaining it. Moreover, two of the questions are around 2 month old, and got positive feedback until that moment, and so again - no explanation about the reason.

The relevant posts: 1, 2, 3, 4.

So is it just coincidence or it was done on purpose?

Screenshot from summary --> Reputation:

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Without commenting any further on the specifics, I can tell you that we're aware of this and are taking action.

  • OK, thank you very much! That's good to know – arieljannai Jul 5 '18 at 4:16
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    If it's any consolation, I apparently cheesed somebody off a couple of weeks ago and they went on a downvote spree against me, not just here but on Super User and Meta Stack Exchange. The vote reversal worked for each instance, so I shrugged it off. – ale Jul 5 '18 at 14:25
  • Oh! I haven't known it's such a common thing. But I learned that the system knows how to take care of it, which is really cool – arieljannai Jul 6 '18 at 5:39

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