Don't force phone recovery
I have already (reluctantly) given you an e-mail address as a form of recovery. Please stop trying to persuade me to use my phone number as well. I have used yahoo for almost 20 years and this is enough to make me migrate to another e-mail address provider entirely. Please stop, you already have an alternative e-mail address and I can give you more but I do not want to link my phone number with my e-mail address.
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Fung Yi Lam commented
Can I use my own password like previous? I don't want to use my mobile phone to get password everytime
Tanzie Yvette Haines commented
My T mobile cell phone got stolen around time 2Am- 6AM working on phone off and on on10/12/2019 till about 2AM waking up about 6AM on October 12, 2019 phone missing out of my purse. 857-285-1218 my T mobile number. No on can open my account by that number. I had already took number off my account.
You refuse to understand that not everyone owns a mobile phone. I still just have a land line that is useless for any internet purposes. I do not intend to EVER own a mobile phone. Will you please stop asking for security update of mobile phone number.
Melinda Durecka commented
You keep asking to verify my phone number, but the one showing is not correct, so how do I verify when I can't get your stupid "access code". Having my phone number should not be a requirement to get emails.
It will be a cold and frosty day in **** before I EVER give Yahoo my phone number. So stop asking. I mean, seriously.......STOP ASKING. You will never get it. Ever. Not for recovery. Not for any reason.
Jesse Lann commented
It really frustrates me that this email app requires my phone number to "verify" my access. I'm really hating all the data greediness by companies these days and it needs to stop.
STOP IT STOP IT STOP IT STOP IT STOP IT STOP IT STOP IT STOP IT PLEASE YOU HAVE TO BE DEMOCRATS.