Impossible to read a story without ads constantly flashing! Its distracting and very annoying.
WANDA KEARNEY commented
Suddenly there are many times the AD you have at the right side of Emails...covers up the X so you can close the email. PLEASE FIX We get tons of ads...do not need one blocking getting out of a email!
Kenneth E McPeak commented
For sure AOL is abusing its ability to force ads on we the paying customer. Sometimes the ads are so many, flashing all the time, that I just stop reading the article. In my opinion, AOL just does not give a ---- about their customers, it just about money.
BILL CAREY commented
Please stop posting these political ads as news.
ELLEN PREHARA commented
I totally agree... Used to be if you paid you had no ads. These ads are truly invasive and I am paying for AOL.. I am getting really annoyed. Ellen Prehara
DIANNE CASTELLI commented
The numerous ads block the content, so you can't even read the article.
HENRY BRISEN commented
I've been a member for over 20 years. Agree wholeheartedly with the printed comment. ALSO... I called for help and was disconnected 3 of 4 times BEFORE I got a person! WTF? I only keep AOL because of my email address. You are NOT helpful, and as soon as I can I will change my email.
DANNY BAKER commented
Stop the popup ads from blinking rapidly as they cause me anxiety until i stop them. this could be hazardous for someone with epilepsy. Please do not allow these ads to do this.
VICTOR LOESCHE commented
I was about to say the same thing. I have a 17"x13" monitor and only 11"x7" of usable space, which is jumping around like crazy every time I try to click on something. The rest of the screen is full on ads. Why am i paying for more advertising than usable content? If you cant fix this crazy system I am quitting AOL after more than 20 years of putting up with this garbage.
DONNA STRZYZYKOWSKI commented
TIRED OF ADVERTISING STOP OR IM DONE
DONNA STRZYZYKOWSKI commented
I AGREE WITH EVERYTHING IM TIRED OF IT I TOO WILL BE QUITTING IF THIS CONTINUES
ALLEN COX commented
I'm very disgusted with the abusive extensive advertising. At times it blocks an article I might be reading to where I don't get to finish the article. Then you go to click on next page and the next page button jumps out of the way so you land on some advertising that pops up. I've been paying to be on AOL since the beginning of AOL. I pay for the service I don't need to make you money on your advertising in addition to that, particularly the extensive overuse of your unwanted advertising popping in the face of anybody using your service.
So far I've been stuck with AOL because it's been connected to my business advertising but I'm retiring soon and if you can't change your ways and stop being so advertising abusive I'm outta here.
Charles Wyatt commented
Just way too much advertising. So much that it blocks reading articles. I can go to another browser and not get all that advertising. ADIOS!!
Beau Brixey commented
Desktop Gold is a service we pay for. Since I am paying a monthly fee to access desktop gold I don't want to see advertisements in the software for example on the right side of my email box there is always an ad there.
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ARNOLD HUNTINGTON commented
It's getting increasingly difficult to access the articles due to the constant
interference of advertising. Can't your "bottom line" survive without surrounding each page of the article (even right on the article)!!!
JUDITH A. CARLSON commented
The advertisements now blink for attention and the only way to get it to stop blinking is to click on it. Once I click on it and know for sure what it's advertising, then I know for sure I'll never purchase that product.
Enough of the ads about overweight women who *** their pants. Why do you think that I would have any interest?
TIMOTHY REESE commented
If I click on an article that starts out with that "NEXT" mode, I immediately close the page. I may look up the topic online. Right after I close the page I clear my browser page and files. It seems that for AOL (Verizon) it is all about the ads and trying to track us. Colossal waste of my time. Shame on you AOL.
ROY KIRCHER commented
you have allowed so many adds on the home page there is no room for the info you are trying get out! I have been with AOL for a long time but you are doing the same thing that most of the Media is doing, Might be time look for something else!