Yahoo uses trick wording. The button labelled "No, cancel" actually means "cancel the cancellation" and causes the user to stay subscribed.
Yahoo distracts users that are updating their security preferences with a huge ad.
Yahoo uses confusing options when trying to unsubscribe from their newsletter.
Dark #UX pattern spotted on @yahoomail - ads are styled to look like unread emails, making it too easy for users to accidentally click on the ad and drive revenue to Yahoo and their advertisers.
Trying to unsubscribe from @Yahoo/@verizonmedia
Trying to unsubscribe, so which option is colored, buttonized, front and center? Cancel, of course.
https://consent.yahoo.com/consent shame on you; on big easy button to accept or masses of well buried individual links to reject?