Sometimes you just want to read an article, redeem a coupon or spy on the opposition. (Hey, we’re clean… and creative.)
The gmail jig is up. As soon as I see a gmail address from an unknown sender, pending the content, I will either junk it or run back the sender info to identify its real originator.
What to do, what to do?
Luckily, prescient program developers (aka legal hackers) have filled in this gap and we now have reliable temporary anonymous email generator sites from which to dispatch our hidden sender messages.
Below are our favorite disposable email provider sites:
Disposable Temporary E-Mail Address: Lasts for 60 minutes, either use a domain given to you or create your own.
Hide My Ass - (Ok, our first test run was out of curiosity. With a name like that…)
“When websites or persons you do not necessarily trust ask for your email address, give them one of our anonymous email addresses and hide your true email address and online identity.” – can last anywhere from 24 hours to 12 months (year) - “Hide behind one of our email address aliases and never have to reveal your real email address.” - “Need to register on a shady website? Stop spam emails from entering your real email inbox.”
“Every day over 60,000 free anonymous emails are sent from our servers, making us the world’s largest and most trusted anonymous email service” – It is a one time use email (obviously can be used multiple times using different anonymous emails)
(Visit our pic originator’s site: www.sjbn.co for great info on everything techno related as it applies to domain searches, email identifiers, tagging…
Additional disposable and anonymous email information in the below articles.)
As always, stay safe.
- Anonymous Email Service Believes that Society is Ready to Police… (prweb.com)
- Anonymous Email Service Believes that Society is Ready to Police Itself. To Tattle or Not to Tattle, that is the Question… (prweb.com)
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