It’s already annoying that we can’t avoid target advertising on the internet. Now we have to deal with it in our inbox. Google users are involuntarily subscribed to visited websites. Yahoo should provide a free subscription filter service. There are apps that charge for subscription filtering. I think yahoo should take advantage and do the same, without a fee of course. So many people are no longer using yahoo. They are switching to gmail instead.
raymon cavador commented
Can't received verification code from mobile legend
Constanza Pena commented
This is in fact VERY ANNOYING! How Companies, Businesses, etc., are able to subscribe you WITHOUT your permission, and then you constantly get emails from them, I get a lot of junk
Llynette Grant commented
This is in fact VERY ANNOYING! How Companies, Businesses, etc., are able to subscribe you WITHOUT your permission, and then you constantly get emails from them AND THEIR AFFILIATES, that you do not want! It does not help to unsubscribe from them, because they will do it again within, seems like, just a couple of weeks. Also quite often, when you try to unsubscribe to these emails, you are not able to see the unsubscribe button. And if you try to send the main source an email to unsubscribe, YAHOO will not allow the email to go through. I also consider this to be a very frustrating situation to have to deal with.