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Is there a geek out there that knows what's up with AOL.

Everytime I try to log onto hadit under my favorites I get an error - can't find website using AOL, never had this problem before.

So for now I can get connected using my Verizon account.

Appreciate any help and suggestions.

carlie

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I think AOL has PTSD- I have been with them for many years- every once in a while the program acts up-

Oh- if you ever get a email message saying something is wrong with your AOL account- dont click on it-

like a dope I did, and then realised this was some scam-

I think AOL started this scam - because I had to get a new aol password and there was nothing wrong with my account- while I waited for the AOL guy to fix my new password he put those Ancestry.com people on-

I explained I only have 4 American relatives from Europe and many more in my American Indian ancestor's tribe- but I got my Indian stuff already from court records and had the Europe family tree done years ago-

so I didnt want a subscription. Then they said it was free for 30 days so to shut them up I said OK-

Well within 3 days I tried it- I have much more on my Indian relatives then they had-and they wanted me to pay for the boat passenger lists for everyone else- no way- so I cancelled it-

it took over an hour to cancel this -they were insistent that I keep it-

When I said I would report them to the Attorney General in NY , then they cancelled me.

Watch out for those family tree sites too-a devious person can get enough to try to extort money from you-

or steal the identity of a relative you have-

sorry about getting off track here- I use the Internet Explorer when AOL acts up.You can save favorites and it has a history- a little different than AOL but it works good.

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Thanks Berta,

Right now I'm using my Verizon account and going through IE to get to hadit.

carlie

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Same here, AOHell is at it again, thought the site was down and E-mailed T-bird only to find out AOL was trying to stif me.......had them for years . but about to dump them.

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If you have AOL and use your own ISP to get there be sure and get Free AOL. You have to call them. If AOL is your ISP you can simply use another browser like IE, Mozilla, Netscape, Firefox or Opera and no problems with getting on to Hadit.

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