Too many ads!!!
Ad overload. I don't mind ads, but your interface takes it to new extremes, especially when I try check a folder with no messages in it.
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James Vasquez commented
my business is already paying for yahoo mail and your still flooding my inbox with ads. I think its time my firm changes its email provider.
Can't honestly believe someone up there in corporate thinks this is okay to do, penny-pinching is the worst thing you can do to your user base. Yahoo/Verizon, whoever is making this decisions, you would be beating your competition if you didn't cater to this BS and protected your users.
Lydia Ravenswood commented
I'm thinking of moving all my stuff to my gmail at this point because either I have an extreme amount of ads or I get a notice every time i switch to another email saying "remove your ad-blocker or pay $4 a month to have no ads". Excuse YOU Yahoo but gmail doesn't charge to not have ads so...
J Maltz commented
This is awful and annoying.
Joseph Robert Franklin Jr commented
How many clients can you afford to lose? I have been with Yahoo since 98, but I am strongly leaning towards moving to another unit, anf from the looks of it I am not the only one contemplating this
Elaine Peterson commented
Yahoo has become unusable because of that constant extortion to unblock ads. You greedy ***** already have so much money that you use Dollar-bills (and I don't mean $1 bills) as toilet-paper. Extortion is illegal, trying to take-away my Liberty & Freedom is illegal, taking away [and trying to take away] my freedom to choose is illegal, taking away [and trying to take away] my freedom to choose between a good option and a bad one is illegal, extortioning me (i.e. saying "you let us do this bad thing to you" (i.e. show advertisements that allow malware into your computer, track your computer-usage habits (i.e. how you use your computer. how you use the Internet when you're on the computer. what emails you read. who you email. what you email them about. how you use the Internet when you're on the Internet. etcetera), track where you go on the World Wide Web, etcetera) "or this bad thing will happen to you" (i.e. we constantly harass you to unblock advertisements. we do not allow you to use the "free" version of YahooMail. we constantly put misleading--and--deceptive options (i.e. "allow ads", "unblock ads", "go to Pro version", "Done unblocking ads" (which sounds like "I'm finished unblocking ads"); all of which apparently [<]seem to do[>] the same thing), etcetera).
ALL of this is ILLEGAL (let-alone, INETHICAL and IMMORAL).
GO **** YOURSELVES Verizon!!
"Verizon Wireless. We never stop working for <ways to extort you from your money / ways to separate you from your money / your money> / We never stop working on ways to separate you from your money / We never stop working on ways to extort you from your money". THAT'S your REAL slogan.
Until you ******** stop disrespecting [and disobeying] God's laws and The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution (of which is based on the Declaration of Independence) and stop working in cahoots with (and/or collaborating with) the NSA and all these other ******** that are doing illegal ****, you can go **** yourselves.
Robert Trout commented
An advertisement over top the inbox is frankly manipulative. Remove it or I will switch to gmail exclusively.
Raghavendramatha Indiranagar commented
We do not wish to receive any mails regarding promotional adds and business adds from any firm, company, institution. Kindly block them from our email box
Ben Hollins commented
The constant refreshing ads plays havoc with your shoddy web coding, causing the entire page to flicker, resize and become constantly unusable... fix it., or remove them.
luvina joyce commented
Stop Giving Ad on side of my mail......and up of the mail its very irritating.....pls close the ad asap.
snb rao commented
dont add any adds
navabharat delhi commented
I don't like Disgusting Ad
renato ciccone commented
I do not want ads I do not need them I do non ask for them never!!!!!!!it's disgusting
renato ciccone commented
needless to point out that they appear continuously, nobody listens to users' comments. You're kidding?
Bruce Pierson commented
Get Webmail Ad Blocker WAB to get rid of the ads on the right-side of the screen. It clears that area and it lets Mail use the whole screen.
It's available for Firefox and Chrome and it's free. It also works in GMail.
I bet Yahoo deletes this post!
I already PAY for an expanded e-mail box... and have for nearly 20 years. It was $20 per year for long time then $40 last year. Now you add ADS all over the place. Greed much?
J How commented
Faaaaaaaaaarrrr toooooooooooo maaaaaaaannnnyyyy aaaaaaaaaaaaaddddddddddddsssss!
Ads on the internet are a given, at least for free sites. But this is ridiculous. The ads on Yahoo are extremely intrusive. Even when I ask them not to show me certain types of ads, they do it anyway. I've tried over and over to set add preferences that won't be offensive - but it never works. Yahoo keeps showing me ads that are intrusive, offensive, and down right annoying. I have young children in the house so I do NOT appreciate having certain ads pop up all the time - even when not a single search in any browser has had anything at all to do with the advertised product. Even when I use add blocker software, or try to turn the videos off, or even shrink my page to hide the ads; Yahoo forces them on me. I've had it. I'm switching to gmail. It is free and there aren't any ads at all anywhere around my inbox. I suggest everyone else do the same. Then maybe Yahoo will finally get a clue.
santhosh kumar.r commented
could you please help me how to stop unwanted emails hitting my inbox?
every day i spend about 10min to just delete those emails.
Ram Meadors commented
try to always remember to keep 1 email in folder - spam + trash too