Contact Customer Care doesn't let you contact customer care
The "Contact Customer Care" link doesn't take you to a page that let's you contact customer care. Instead, it takes you to page that presents a list of articles to you, at least for all the topics/sub-topics that I tried. The text of the link should be changed to match the reality of what the page provides.
That link does allow you to contact Customer Care so long as you choose options that are supported via email or the Community. If you choose options that can be resolved with help articles, that is what you’ll be provided.
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Michael Ludwig commented
I tried to Contact Customer Care like this once. I don't remember what my exact problem was, but I could not find an option that let me Contact Customer Care via e-mail - which I would've loved to do.
And I am a computer geek, so when I get desperate enough to Contact Customer Care, it's always an issue that can't be resolved by the community, like by posting on Yahoo Answers. That's why I had given this 3 votes - and why I believe it's rude of Yahoo staff to Decline this fix.
I'd have to agree with the commenters who said it's because Yahoo doesn't care about their users.
You have to select "error" as one of the options, and eventually you can send an email. Still hit or miss if they ever reply, however.
I agree. I have just tried for about 15 minutes and I can't e-mail or find a phone number to help post messages
You can't contact customer care because Yahoo doesn't care. The truth of the matter is that yahoo only cares about the ads and I'm writing everyone who places an ad on yahoo groups and letting them know I'm boycotting their products as long as NEO is here and doesn't work.
I, too, could not contact any customer care. I searched the "help" and a forum or something, using the EXACT LANGUAGE THAT IS USED ON THE YAHOO GROUP PAGE and NOTHING came up in the "help".
JiLL Lynch commented
I want to contacct Customer Care. The steps and guidelines and system are not answering my questions and helping me. I am simply trying to log in and I forgot my ID and password. The system asked for alternative address or phone, neither of which are accepted and probably not in their system. I am a member of several groups and I want to up-date with my new email address. I mean, how unfriendly can a system be when you try multiple ways and multiple times. Ridiculous.
I agree. When I click on a link labelled "Contact customer care" I expect to be able to send a message. I don't expect to get to https://io.help.yahoo.com/contact/index?page=contact&locale=en_US&y=PROD_GRPS where I can only see questions and answers (and they don't help me with my problem).
Mary Ann commented
I am not able to get into any of the Groups I belong to for well over a week - the CS does sort of respond, with some things to do, nothing works, each time I respond its another person - so far I think I've had around 12 people 'helping' me. They don't understand the things they ask my to do - don't work for me:-) Pain in the rear - I need to get into my Groups for some things, But nothing works..
Yahoo customer service simply does not exist. They do not care about their users at all and foist unpopular updates on the.
I was happy with my old groups (and email) until Yahoo "improved" them.
Our group's problem is certainly not listed in Help or Customer Care and the experience assumes Kafkaesque qualities when you go round and round and round . . .
As group owner, I am unable to reach our group, nor even to access groups.yahoo.com/new/groups and then on to our private group. Several of us have the same problem but because I am the owner and can't access it, I can't even invite some of our members who have set up a new identity to try to overcome the problem in that way (if that is possible anyway?). Round and round we go. Meantime, Google is looking very attractive . . .