Part of your development as an e-business owner
necessitates that you join various e-newsletters and register at
certain sites to gain information. However, repeatedly volunteering
your e-mail address is akin to posting your phone number in the
bathroom of a major telemarketing company. It will almost guarantee
a flurry of unwanted communication from spammers trying to sell you
something or attempting to direct your eyeballs somewhere.
Well, if you've grown weary of using your delete key, there is an
alternative to eliminating unsolicited e-mail -- Spamex.
This valuable service essentially acts as a sentry for your
inbox, only allowing wanted mail to penetrate. Simply, create a
Spamex public address and use it when you want to sign up for
newsletters or e-zines, site registrations, sweepstakes, etc. -
anyplace that requests your e-mail address.
Once you have established your public address, you can start
using it to send and receive mail. Incoming mail gets routed to your
always private and confidential real address, never revealing any
details about your identity.
You can have many public Spamex addresses forwarding your e-mail
to your private address. By doing so, you will be able to identify
the culprit who has sold, rented or distributed your address to
Currently, Spamex has two levels of service - 15 public addresses
and 25k are free, while 100 public addresses and 100k are slightly
more than $15 for the year. Well worth it if you factor in how much
time you save scrolling through junk mail, not to mention saving
wear-and-tear on your delete key.