INDIANA -- Like others, I was trapped into an automatic renewal program. I did receive an e-mail about the renewal and the fact that I could cancel. But Yahoo, an internet icon, does not allow cancellation online. The reason: when you call the given number, if connected at all (the first time I was sent into cyberspace) you will have to wait forever for a reply. I've yet to learn if indeed they did cancel.
There was a huge ad on my screen when I went to Yahoo! There was a link that said "Ad Feedback" so I was going to tell them I did not appreciate my whole screen filling with an ad. But when I clicked the link it said the site was "Forbidden". I guess that is one way to keep negative feedback to a minimum.
My e-mail account has been hacked. My relative informed me someone has hacked my email because she is getting email from me which I never sent. All appears to be junk mail. I also get junk mail from a friend which she never sent. All of that mail is junk mail - i.e. Student loans, money lenders, fads, ads, etc. I also get this junk mail... However my relative should not have received these annoying messages.
CALIFORNIA -- Don't trust your e-mail accounts at Yahoo. Yahoo's server is full of holes and can be hacked. I had my password changed along with my security questions. Yahoo refuses to admit it has security problems. Yahoo customer service will not help you once your account has been compromised and your credit history destroyed. Yahoo security offers no protection to its consumer. Yahoo has been hacked.
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN -- I purchased several domain name secure in the fact I could return them in within 30 days if I didn't need them. I returned several and never got a refund on my credit card! I called back and they said, you can return them, but you don't get your money back. What is the guarantee??? that you can return them without compensation???