Email will change, but right now, I have none–

Published May 10, 2019 by Donnalee of Woodstock NY

Here is what I posted earlier: Since Yahoo changed the password without permission on my free acount and now charges $4.99 a month for ‘help’ like getting back in my account, I moved to AOL.COM . Please update your records and contact me using this new email, only–I no longer use the previous one. Thanks!

UPDATE AGAIN: I WAS THE ONLY PERSON ON EARTRH NOT TO KNOW AOL AND YAHOO ARE OWNED BY VERIZON UNDER THE NAME “OATH” COMPANY, SO THEY ALSO LOCKED ME OUT, WEIRDLY, WHEN I POSTED THIS AGAINST YAHOO, SO NOW THEY SAY THAT IF I JOIN THEIR MONTHLY ‘HELP’ PROGRAM, I CAN GET BACK IN…

I will update when I get a real email address. Until then, leave comments here please–

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