Put the option to opt out of interest based advertising back
AOL changed the opt out of interest based advertising. It used to be easy , now it's so complicated and doesn't actually let you have the option anymore. You used to be able to get it down to only a few, but now, with that option removed. You are subject to an average of 135 different companies tracking and targeting you.AOL doesn't care bout the customer, they are only about advertising, if we pay for AOL service, they only profit more. AOL, no longer stands for "America On Line" It's "Advertising On LIne"
As a subscriber for years, and more years than that - what am I paying for? Ads and more ads of products I have not interest in. AOL support advises there is nothing they can do - its part of the internet. My AOL page is from you, not the internet. Get rid of the ads or you will lose me as a customer!
It is disgusting that as soon as you log on to AOL, you are inundated with ads and if you try to opt-out, it is a long, tedious task through Verizon Media, that doesn't even work. It previously was easy to opt-out of advertising, but this no longer is the case. It may be time to join the modern world and drop antiquated AOL. Having to pay monthly for a service that no longer offers useful customer service is an insult and a waste of money.
I totally agree!
I am an original AOL member from Texas when AOL did stand for American Online, not American Advertising. BUT133 is my main signin that you can verify. I miss the old AOL.