How can Yeeze Shops be a sponsor for yahoo when they are scam people on their sale page. Taking people's money and not sending their orders
Yeeze is a sponsor on yahoo. They are running a scam business on the Yeeze shop website. They take people's money and never send the order. When you email them they never answer you. They ran across the wrong person with this order scam
Andy Brown commented
Do some due dilegence. I got scammed into purchasing Brooks shoes from a fake advertiser on your website.
Roy Shaw commented
ads are corrupt- have tried to use two companies featured in ads rotita a nd pearlfeet- both are scams took the money from account and never delivered the items- no response from them directly about it- scam scam scam stop advertising for them!!! THEY STEAL YOUR MONEY!!!
John Mitchell commented
They do not answer emails after purchase to return or exchange. Horrible customer service. please remove.
DENNIS WAGAMAN commented
Ad Trump MAGA Committee. Why are you not screening this kind of ADS that have nothing but lies promoting Trump. I thinking about using Google if these kinks of stuff continuing.
Steve Daley commented
You are allowing a scammer website to advertise - https://www.dwodus.com/
Dewalt Tools on Sales - 80% off
Triton Rocks commented
Many of your ads are false and/or misleading. A recent one selling DeWalt tools is completely fraudulent and has been reported to several state Attorney General offices.
Mark A Kaufmann commented
You are featuring an ad on your homepage for 80% off on Dewalt tools. It is a foreign scam according to Capital One, my credit card company. Their website triggered a fraud alert with them. Fortunately, the transaction was not completed. Not good to get scammed on the Yahoo home page.
randy gray commented
Why is Finetwo being allowed to advertise - this is a known scam.
Thomas P Schneider commented
For the last several weeks Yahoo has had ads for discount tools at incredibly low prices. I contacted DeWalt on their website and received a reply that the website (dwodus.com) is not owned by DeWalt or any authorized reseller of DeWalt tools. This website is a scam and Yahoo should not accept the ads.
I received an email stating that my request to deactivate my account has been approved and will be deactivated 1 hour after opening it. It came from firstname.lastname@example.org. It instructed me to reply if I did not request deactivation but hesitated doing this for fear of it being a scam. Is this a scam to try to gain my info? Please respond ASAP. PLEASE DO NOT DEACTIVATE MY ACCOUNT!