Limit the ads for the love of God!
Agreed!! Sick and tired of the pop-up that occurs asking me to go ad-free! There's a reason why we choose to do so!
Jon Simon commented
i find verizons ads to be far to socialist for my liking
Brad Robison commented
I agree. And tonight the email site reacted like a little kid when I turned on my ad blocker and reloaded my emails with some really old setup. It said something like "oops do you want your new email site back then turn off your ad blocker. going to finish this comment in another spot so it really gets seen
Jason Combiths commented
This issue angered me to the point that I will from now on use Gmail. I wrote this so maybe someone at Yahoo will see this and get a clue before they bleed out all their users.
Laura Crisel commented
This is getting ridiculous. Now the stupid "whitelist us" popup is holding my email ******* until I whitelist or refresh the page. If I refresh I get maybe 2 or 3 page loads before it happens again.
Yahoo: I have had my accounts with you for probably 15 years. Fix this ********. We wouldn't need to use ad blockers if there weren't TONS of ads all over your site. In the two minutes I was in my inbox before the popup hit FIFTY (50) ads had been blocked.
Miles Thompson commented
Some real nerve after the data breach that went unannounced for far too long to then expect me to view your ******** ads.
Mac McSalzer commented
Sad you force mature Women's Dating Site AD in Yahoo's email site. Making all think I am looking at Women when they see my screen. I did not ask for this? Putting a Women in scanty clothing to the right of the email site as a AD
Mac McSalzer commented
Forcing **** ads, in yahoo mail displayed in the right side of screen.
make wife think I am seeking a date site for ***? Sickening Mature Photos of women? Why,? Sorry but that is a bad idea
Trying to make a profit from my browsing data is irresponsible and wrong. Look guys, if I am interested in pursuing something, I will look for it myself and I don't need help unless I personally ask for it. That's why I pay for this ad-blockers once a year, I don't want ads that in no way help me out - interrupt my browsing sessions.
William B Van Horn commented
What makes it even more annoying is that mail does not recognize that Ad Remover has been disabled for the site. I have 3 mail accounts and each time I switch accounts the gruesomely atrocious pop up appears. Seems Yahoo! doesn't want any ad blocker on your computer. Please knock it off.
Geraldine Conklin commented
How to get rid of ad blocker.I don't want it and I don't like it stopping me from going into my mail or anything else. Please remove this from my email, or what can I do to get rid of it?
Chris James Decke commented
I don't use yahoo mail for the reason it has annoying ads but just like the ads on TV they serve a purpose and that is to pay for the free service that Yahoo provides,without ads there wouldn't be a service that is closely monitored,kept up to date and virus free. it is what it is enjoy.
hans pijfers commented
The adds are irritating, dumb, totally not relevant. No idea why somebody want to pay you for irritating possible customers. Now i have the policy specific NOT buying product from irritating adds.
So? Tell your sponsors they are better of just pay you and skip the adds.
Also are 99% of the adds just ********. Like the one i see now. Preventing dogs from licking their feet? WTF? Who cares and i do not have a dog. Are you guys crazy?
Angela Coffaro commented
Please stop asking me to sign up for ads and interrupting my on-line work. If I wanted ads, I would have signed up for them.
Tom R Vennard commented
I have a ad blocker for a reason and I don't want a free trial to use Yahoo Mail Pro. So, no thank you on the free trial. Is there any way to stop the interference in checking my inbox mail. I enjoy Yahoo as my email service, don't force me to find something else!
Allen Smith commented
you keep forcing me with the ad **** i will leave
Nigel Wilson commented
Today there's a Samsung ad the opens a new tab in my Firefox browser at least once a minute. Verrry annoying & can't find a way to get rid of it. Why **** your clients off like this ? Shall I give you the flick Yahoo ??
[Deleted User] commented
Day 1 on my yahoo account.
It's one thing to push ads out. Its another thing to now allow me to delete that ****.
looking for another email service because of this rudeness. yahoo is worst than google, and that takes some effort.
Andrew Leatherman commented
I am frustrated that AdBlock forces an ad on my page every time I access Yahoo Mail and blocks me from my work. No matter what browser I use, the same problem comes up, with this message freezing the whole page: "LOOKS LIKE YOUR AD BLOCKER IS ON!" I have to either restart the browser or click on the ad that takes me to signing up for "Ad Blocker Plus". Since it happens with any browser, this must be a problem with Yahoo Mail.
RONALD BARRETT commented
I agree ... I have ad blocker for a reason!