on 21-02-2011 03:01 PM
on 21-02-2011 03:12 PM
on 21-02-2011 05:51 PM
Dear AOL Users,
AOL is working hard to change and improve the way we serve you across all aspects of our services. We have recently relaunched and improved many of our consumer experiences, including AOL.com and MapQuest.com. As we continue to improve AOL for you, some of the improvements are updating the ways that we interact with you and your information. As a result, we want to update you on our Terms of Service (TOS), which contains the agreements between you and AOL.
Want to know the highlights? Here they are:
* We specify that our services are for individuals at least 13 years old, unless we specifically indicate that services are appropriate for younger users.
* We clarify that for content you post on any AOL sites, you continue to own the content and AOL has the right to use and share your content.
* We updated the processes for reporting alleged copyright and trademark violations and include links that will make it easier for you to report those violations.
* We simplified and updated the "Billing" section of the TOS. We want to make sure that you understand how and when we will bill you for any fee-based services, how to cancel any fee-based services, when surcharges or extra costs may apply to access AOL services, how to contact us, and how to dispute any charges. If you only use our free services, don't fret, these changes only apply to our fee-based services.
Thank you for using AOL.
on 22-02-2011 06:04 PM
Originally Posted by OCE_Emma Hi Guys,
it seems these have gone to TalkTalk customers in error and the senior management team are looking into why etc.
on 23-02-2011 09:31 AM
on 23-02-2011 10:01 AM
on 23-02-2011 03:10 PM
on 23-02-2011 03:45 PM
Originally Posted by Gabriel I too received this email today.
A friend of mine who is also a Talktalk customer received this email earlier this week.
Worth noting, these emails were sent to our talktalk accounts (*******@talktalk.net) and not to the email addresses registered with Talktalk to receive TT bills etc.
My talktalk email address is used for private emails, only known by a selected few and should never have been on any mailing list so I cannot understand how AOL/Talktalk were able to add this address to their customer list?
on 23-02-2011 04:08 PM
Originally Posted by markdyer72 u are a talk talk customer therefore have a talk talk email address which is therefore owned by talktalk, and as they suppy ur BB then ov course u will b on there customer list....
on 23-02-2011 04:36 PM