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Not sure what happened recently since the past 2-3 weeks - My yahoo account has been set up and tagged as from the US since 1999. But recently, once i sign-in or sign-out, it shows up as a Canada account and then goes to the Canada news site.
It seems that there is no way i can change this. I last visited Canada 2 years ago.
I have tried this on several different machines and use Private browsing so no cache/cookies get stored - but to be sure i tried clearing those as well, to no avail.
Can yahoo set my default country back to US?
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Where do you normally access the account?
I checked out the account and everything seems to be working fine. The page was showing the US Yahoo News site. If needed, take a look at the browser troubleshooting steps in this post to see if that fixes the issue.
Hi Scootermobile - thanks for looking into this; however, i have some not so good results. It certainly does not have to do with the browser. I logged into the account in another state with another ISP, but again it opened the mail as yahoo canada & when i logged out it exited at the canada website; so i'm thinking it has got to do with something chaning at the yahoo end internally!
Sorry for the dealy=, we have asked engineering to take a further look. Once we have a resolution we will be sure to post here in Community.
I have been having this challenge, too. While I have been in Canada with my laptop (and not since 2015), this desktop computer has never been in Canada. I see the question was most recently answered in May. I'm am very anxious to see the results of your findings.