I comment on aol news stories, and they wont get posted1
When I post a comment on an news article, they are only posted for half a second and then disappear, what can be done? AOL told me to contact you, that you could help.
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Let me post a comment
Why cant I comment in the comment section
This error comes up when someone is accessing your comments section. It's been that way for two weeks or longer.
Then a User ( who's paying you A Princely sum of $30 or more a month ) cannot read and or comment in your comments section on a story.
Katherine Kipe commented
As long as an article is in the line-up, people's comments should be included rather than removed as you so often do!
I just did above..enough with the having a problem lie excuse..
I'm unable to sign my name here.
Stop erasing comments from users. Not some comments but all comments regardless of content.
why do you block me/us who do not cause any problems yet you block us....
today, both sides of the spectrum the were very vile comments, disgusting comments....from a lot of people you allow...……
I WANT AN ANSWER ********
Dennis repke commented
My Comments disappear after I post them on AOL comments for new articles. This happens right away and for every article every day.
ARTHUR CASPER commented
It seems AOL is selective about which stories will allow for reader comments. For example, a story appearing today ("Rep. Gabbard apologizes, again, for past anti-gay views") doesn't have any place to post a comment about the story. In this case, one must wonder if AOL does not want to deal with the fact that so very many Americans still oppose the pro-LGBT agenda, and would comment from that perspective about Rep. Gabbard's current position on the issue. That is incredibly cowardly of AOL, as well as fascistic. AOL should have the courage, as well as the "tolerance", to provide for differing opinions on any subject. Also, taking editorial liberties with the subject of the story...in this case, referring to Gabbard's former position as "anti-gay"...is completely unprofessional.
is it because I do not agree with you **** ideas...…
I DARE YOU TO FIND ONE RESPONSE THAT WAS VULGAR...…
3RD OR 4TH REQUEST...........
MAN UP ******...!
Janet Marke commented
Cannot comment in News conversation area
and theres's that spinning rainbow again - as if you think we cannot survive without aol or Fb
idiots. you are all brainwashed twits
After paying aol fees since 1990s my comments return "Invalid email address." Why isn't 'political brainwashing' a valid CATEGORY?
I indicated that aol.com seemed to have political agendas and or bias. I then lost my ability to use that forum, I think. I also received information that terms of service had changed. All this because I saw what I thought was bias?
Dennis repke commented
You quit stopping me from posting comments.
It is a disgrace how AOL shadow bans certain posters in the comment section below articles. I even posted, "If anyone can see this post, please acknowledge it." And I got .... nothing.
GARY BROWN commented
Why don't you allow responses to articles in your Today on AOL stories? It might help you to know what your customers are truly interested in. Most of the articles are not worth the time to read; and are not actual "news".