13178Re: [NTB] Yahoo Marketing
- Mar 30, 2002Does this apply also to those of us who do not use Yahoo other than having
subscribed to this list?
I tried to do what you describe but get a message that admin.yahoo.com is
Jeff Malka <malkajef@...>
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray Shapp" <rayshapp@...>
Sent: Friday, March 29, 2002 6:10 PM
Subject: [NTB] Yahoo Marketing
> Hi group,
> I just saw this on another Yahoo group, and I don't recall anything about
> here. See the warning below.
> Ray Shapp
> Watchung, NJ
> ************************ from another Yahoo Group ****************
> "Yahoo have just made a sneaky change to everybody's 'Marketing
> Preferences'. The result of which will be a load of spam. I checked and
> sure enough, they had changed ALL of my *No's* to *Yes!* So, I've just
> been in and changed back what they've done so that I won't be receiving
> their ads!
> Here's what you need to do: Go to 'My Groups' and click on 'Account
> Info', verify your password if it asks you to, and your Yahoo ID card
> comes up. Click on 'Edit your Marketing Preferences' and change all
> those Yes's back to No's! Click Save Changes."
> I checked and it is true, I have rechecked the 'no' boxes. I get
> enough spam as it is, and I am annoyed at Yahoo for doing this.
> Don Davis
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