Ever wanted a quick disposable email?
Sometimes we just don’t want to use our main email somewhere. For me I run into this a lot. As a web marketer and developer I have to sign up for a lot of websites. Probably three a day, this means I have to trust each of these websites to not sell or spam my email themselves. The reality is a lot of them do so finding a disposable email service like eMail on deck works wonders for me. I can grab a fast email address that I can use to get new accounts and not have to worry about my main email getting bombed later.
I was even more delighted to find how easy the site is. It’s just two steps:
- Get verified by a captcha to make sure you are not a robot.
- And step two get your email.
They are always free and easy to use, my two favorite things to hear on the Internet. I can go over several other reasons why temporary emails are so handy but if you made it this far than I would just go and grab one and see for yourself.
I just got one that was:
Looks good, and will be fine for signing up for any web based service I am not sure will be nice to my personal email. You can always just change your email later with the service if you feel it’s needed.
Also it has a web based page to see incoming emails.
Check out EmailOnDeck and grab your disposable email today.
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Charles has been working as a webmaster since 1998. Since then, he has had his hands in thousands of websites and has helped millions get online through a company he partially owns called Web Host Pro.