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Saturday, October 2nd, 2021 6:41 PM

How to stop currently.com redirects

I have had 2 yahoo emails for years.  Last week I switched to Att Internet.  Whenever I try to log into my regular yahoo email, it redirects to a website called currently.com with AT&T.  How do I stop this? I have to go into incognito window and go to mail.yahoo.com just fine.  Also can access mail.yahoo.com on my phone browser just fine.  But on my regular PC, it redirects to currently. I don't have an ATT email and do NOT want this redirect without my permission. How do I remove this currently.com redirect whwnever I type in mail.yahoo.com

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9.9K Messages

2 years ago

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Nevermind.

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1 year ago

AT&T is always "out of touch" with reality and this is a classic example. I don't want to clear my cache and cookies for other reasons, period!! What language do you understand???


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1 year ago

This started happening to me recently - yahoo.com email sign-in redirecting to ATT domain.  could not resolve it, so tried Chrome and it was as desired/normal (yahoo.com sign-in page).  So went back to Firefox (my standard browser) and in Settings/Privacy & Security - i scrolled down to Cookies & Site Data - Manage Data (manage data allows you to selectively clear your cache, so you don;t loose all your other site settings).  Searched for 'Yahoo' and there were 5 different site settings, i cleared and removed all of them.  went back to yahoo.com, clicked mail and low & behold it was the yahoo login page!  Yahoo!!

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1 year ago

I have had a Prodigy.net email account for many years  Today it sent me to Currently.com and asked me to verify my identity with a code it was sending to a phone number I no longer have.   I called AT&T customer service and was told to give them a different number.  I did so, but was then told that the number I gave them is not an ATT number and they could not send a code to that phone.  They would not verify my identity over the phone with them.  They told me if I obtained an ATT number they could change it in my account.  Does this qualify as extortion?  I tried a different browser and cleared by cookies, but I am always directed to Currently and informed it will send a code to my former, dead, number.   

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