I'll unblock your ads when you can 100% guarantee that...
If you can guarantee 100% that there will be no intrusive ads, no ads with sounds, and no ads that move, I'll unblock your ads.
But if I see a single ad that moves, ad that is intrusive to my experience, or ad that comes with sound, I'm blocking them again. But you're constantly reminding me that things that are intrusive are common on your site.
Gordon Ireland commented
yes how do i go back to wide screen without the ads on my right hand screen as i had a full screen before i reloaded windows 10 help me
white wave commented
I agree, these flash ads are going to induce my seizure condition. :(
Martin Buxton commented
I agree entirely. And no politically woke ads like 'black portraiture' or '***** art' for which I clicked the 'I find these offensive' tab repeatedly and they kept on reappearing. (I am not racist, and I am gay NOT ***** but Oath should not allow ads with a political woke agenda like these to appear)
Roy Purcell commented
Different from their normal pop ups causing problems I clicked on one of the "news" advertisements and was taken to a site that tried to hijack my browser. Yahoo is a security risk and they aren't interested in fixing the problem.
Colin Thomas commented
Seriously, after every Yahoo account being hacked - 3 billion accounts, now you want the few that use an add blocker, not to?
Worse you state, "We are asking you not to" Then you lock us out or our own account for 15 seconds. Then do the same a short time after?
Yahoo - hear this now, there are many other free email providers that do not resort to this type of unprofessional behavior.
I'm done and will go to your competition and will tell everyone that will listen how insane you have become.
Worse they were even sticking adds in between my messages trying to make them look like an actual message. How can anything be more intrusive.
Donald Lemoine commented
I do not wish to see intrusive ads. Both myself and my husband are old seniors and some are very intrusive to us. Please stop putting these ads on my Yahoo mail site.
Teresa Rushworth commented
I've been struggling with the ad blocker situation as well. I understand the importance of ads, and I don't mind them per se. But the constant panel of blinking, moving, changing material to the right of my emails makes Yahoo practically unusable, or at the very least extremely unpleasant.
Vincenzo Raiti commented
Totally agree Paul, their so out dated. So I'll just delete my email account with Yahoo & get the F out of Dodge
robert hamblen commented
I agree 100 % with you . The ads are too intrusive .