I was put on AOL by my ISP to improve the abysmal level of service they were giving. This week my emails were locked out and Talk Talk don't support AOL, now owned by Oath.
Oath don't support by telephone, imagine trying to solve a technical issue when each question and answer had to be a new email?
Talk Talk are bad, AOL are worse but Oath take the biscuit for displaying a complete indifference to customer problems.
Needless to say I shall be voting with my feet at the end of this contract.
Review by Corliss3 months ago
I have been using AOL .com for a very long time as my business was 90% with the USA so I had an email address and used their Browser, I also used Yahoo.com
I received notification that Verizon had purchased BOTH of them and formed a company called OATH !!!!
With a name like that I should have suspected that they were another USA company who wanted to RULE THE WORLD (like Facebook)], maybe run by Religious fanatics !!!!
Today I tried to log onto AOL.com and everything was blocked by a FULL PAGE stating that UNLESS I AGREED TO THEM AND THEIR PARTNERS HAVING FREE ACCESS TO ALL MY DATA
Further investigation of their site listed 12 so called PARTNERS and one was GOOGLE and they would have the right to forward ALL MY DATA to whoever they liked !!!!!!!!!!"
Do OATH think everyone is a DUMMY by agreeing to such a HORRENDOUS breach of CONFIDENTIAL PRIVATE information .
Whatever happened to the Data Protection Act ????
I have now REMOVED AOL and Yahoo browsers from ALL the company computers and all our Family Computers and have also removed GOOGLE as it logs everything without CONSENT and now use DUCKDUCKGO browser as its safer.
I would suggest that anyone reading this will NOT give their CONSENT for OATH to give all their CONFIDENTIAL information
to the WHOLE WORLD,
If they want to do that then just REGISTER with the Dreaded Facebook
You will also notice that they do not give their contact email address on the full page that Blocks your connection
Review by Shamilsen Beintema1 year ago
You can't go to any of their sites now without agreeing to let them spy on you via cookies. It's a full-screen page that intervenes. You would have to faff around with the settings on every PC, every browser, after every reinstall, just for a few sites. The constant tracking and data sharing is a curse on the web.
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