Mail Sign In
Why is it when I open my web browser that is set to https://my.yahoo.com/ and click on mail and instead of getting the mail sign in page https://login.yahoo.com/?.src=ym&lang=&done=https%3A%2F%2Fmail.yahoo.com%2F%3F.src%3Dfp%26guce_referrer%3DaHR0cHM6Ly9teS55YWhvby5jb20v%26guce_referrer_sig%3DAQAAAI5IV0cR8NFfz6ZH0Q9wZa8Hb3DD328QMpkmi01GGJ3y0XL66tCLlPoCllfmy8deFYAVhX6hQeQx3KUpviQCp5dDioE657MCui8fFrxT-y9E-rkReqBKnJQWdpJNlaifXW-7h0v-PZTCMFp-nxPsT3lsL6G67I0kk4uuKy4yrEMH
I get https://mail.yahoo.com/?.src=fp that says YAHOO MAIL IS going places COME WITH US. And then click on Sign IN to get https://login.yahoo.com/?.src=ym&lang=&done=https%3A%2F%2Fmail.yahoo.com%2F%3F.src%3Dfp%26guce_referrer%3DaHR0cHM6Ly9teS55YWhvby5jb20v%26guce_referrer_sig%3DAQAAAI5IV0cR8NFfz6ZH0Q9wZa8Hb3DD328QMpkmi01GGJ3y0XL66tCLlPoCllfmy8deFYAVhX6hQeQx3KUpviQCp5dDioE657MCui8fFrxT-y9E-rkReqBKnJQWdpJNlaifXW-7h0v-PZTCMFp-nxPsT3lsL6G67I0kk4uuKy4yrEMH Is this always going to be a two click with a mouse process instead of one? I could see if I had my browser open to https://www.yahoo.com/ and then clicking on mail and getting https://mail.yahoo.com/?.src=fp for a person to sign up for YAHOO MAIL IS going places COME WITH US.
Please remove https://mail.yahoo.com/?.src=fp when a person’s web browser opens with https://my.yahoo.com/
Was going to sign up my 5 grandkids up for Yahoo Mail except all of them don’t have any type of cell phone. I could open up a second account like I have if they forgot their passwords or I could be a good grandpa and use one of my email addresses to get their password. I don’t have any type of cell phone either as I have had my email addresses before Yahoo started to require having a cell phone number. I myself think it’s a bad mistake. People get enough spam in emails and giving Yahoo a cell phone number leaves a person to get spam phone calls. When Yahoo gets hacked many more times in the future that instead of the info for our email being hacked then a person’s cell phone number will be out there in the world to see. Other email service companies don’t require a cell phone number unless a person wants to add it.