Can you keep sending emails to Yahoo Customer Care to ask them for your suspended account to be reinstated?

Can you keep sending emails to Yahoo Customer Care to ask them for your suspended account to be reinstated? Topic: Product review writing service
June 26, 2019 / By Alick
Question: Some users tried that and their accounts eventually got reinstated. Like this user with the name 'Sheff_ne' in this question: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index... If that user did it and it worked, can it also work for my suspended account? Also, If I decide to call Yahoo on their business line so that they could take a look at my suspended account, do I need to give them my Yahoo email address for my suspended account? Will they ask for the suspended account's email address? Yeah I guess I should just accept it and move on. I already appealed it calmly about 2 times and still no. *Sigh*
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Tansy Tansy | 10 days ago
The answer you refer to is 6 years old and lot has changed in the meantime. Yes you can keep asking to be reinstated but at given that another user in this category maintains that she emails Customer Care every time for reinstating her account and is on about the 1000th+ account and counting (at least and no I am not exaggerating) then you have to think that they are simply ignoring all correspondence now as the accounts don't get reinstated. Ditto she maintains that she emails CC about accounts she dislikes and those accounts remain intact. It all depends on why your account was suspended. If it was suspended correctly then it won't matter how many times you contact staff, they won't reinstate it. We had a Brazilian user that claimed he sent in excess of 600 emails to YAT about his account and getting it back..... and he never got it back If it was suspended incorrectly then write a calm appeal using the link on the help page and wait for a response. To appeal the suspension you will need to be logged into the account that you are appealing. so Yahoo can see which account you are referring to. If you don't get an answer then try again. If they have reviewed your suspension and still come back with a "No" then you are going to have to accept that and move on. Calling Yahoo on the business line is impossible and what I mean by the fact that it's an old answer. Yahoo removed all contact by phone over a year ago now. EDIT - Please do NOT trust the info and link in the other (non-Anonymous answer that keeps appearing and disappearing). That link http:// www. yahooonlinetechnicalsupport . com/ is most certainly NOT a way to contact Yahoo. That is yet another site set up and you will contact a scammer similar to the same ones who are pperating on Yahoo Answers and posting their number everywhere. If you look at that site it even confirms that it is not Yahoo "We are an independent service provider of remote tech support for third party products. Third Party trademarks, logos, brand name, products and services are used as references for informational purpose only. In no way we sponsor their product or services. Thus, we hereby disclaim any sponsorship, affiliation and endorsement of or by any such third party. for tech support site." Look at their facebook site and a message from a user who called them and they wanted to charge him $350.00 to fix it. Yahoo NEVER charge for support. Also see confirmation from other users concerning this number below Repeat - please do not use that site or call the number. I find it unbelievable that any user would willingly provide a link to a scammer.
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Riley Riley
I have found that email can be mis-routed or otherwise "lost in the shuffle". If you send them a certified letter, return receipt requested, they may pay more attention to where it goes for the proper decision, one way or another.
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Mirabel Mirabel
email them and maybe try and contact them using the help form, that's all you can do since there is no phone number or anything anymore
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Lillie Lillie
yeah just keep emailing them and see what happens. i once sent them about 300 emails over the course of a few minutes
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