Question about Computers & Internet
This could be a scam email......
do not use their link if you are in any way sceptical.... go to the address you know for the website and navigate to the help page yourself to check your settings.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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The prompt you are receiving is called "Second sign-in verification," and it is designed to protect your account from unauthorized access.
There are several ways to confirm your identity:
Send a code to mobile phone or non-Yahoo! alternate email address:
Note: At this time Yahoo! alternate email cannot be used to confirm your identity. If your alternate email address is a Yahoo! email, please use your mobile number or security question.
Verify your security question:
If you do not have a non-Yahoo! alternate email address, valid mobile number, or cannot verify your security question, you may need to contact Yahoo! to confirm your identity. Note: When filling out the form, please select Yahoo! Account under "Product."
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