take out ads
Remove adsI won't buy from ads on emails inbox just because ads are there
Public Walter commented
Utter ****----now you force ads on your customers through Verizon media services with no way to turn off the spigot. It must be time to move my acct.
Mary Kay Matasky commented
They want you to pay for the "privilege" of getting rid of ads. Rip Off.
Jane Christen commented
Oh my goodness, having the ads at the top of my inbox (or at the top of any folder) as if it were an actual email is REALLY annoying. It prevents me from being able to see quickly and easily what important, relevant emails I do have, which costs me time and energy. The aggravation is pushing me back to using a different (free!) email provider, which still has ads, but they're relegated to the margins and not trying to blend in with legitimate emails.
Please change the way you do advertisements!
Bert de Waardt commented
Activate a program called "Ad Block Plus" and you'll eliminate almost all of the advertisement.
Eric Shope commented
Not about to pay $4 a month after the "trial" after you've gone from a non-advertising email service, to asking us to white-list, to incessantly dogging us to white-list.
i agree. and I apparently have no options to discontinue these ads
Alan Geer commented
I am seriously considering closing ALL yahoo accounts ! I will NOT BUY from any online add that is in my inbox or pops up, EVER. When I do buy online it is because I need something from a vendor I have a relationship with already.
ads are causing lot o bandwidth usage and slowing down the mail viewing /refresh the mail
please desist from showing ad .It is very irritating
Adds and scams are ruling everything!! Please don't make money the most important thing on earth.
Sharon Sims commented
You can't get rid of them without an act of Congress, and most of them are offensive, I.e. pushing Marijuana businesses, and a waste of space and my time. All it is to Yahoo is a potential money maker, when to this customer, it is just annoying and makes me angry!