Stop giving out your email address online

By using AltMails email addresses, you will never have to give out your personal email ever again. Instead, you can use our email addresses for every service you sign up with, making it really hard for companies and advertisers to track you online.
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2 Reviews5.0/5
There are already products like this and for me the biggest drawback is always the fact that some websites explicitly ban such emails... I fear that if altMails gets big, the same will happen to it... Other than that, this is a great tool!
@al_gepe Thanks for you feedback
@al_gepe It's true what you're talking about. We are trying to figure out how to avoid such cases.
@al_gepe @kesara I think so far most of the solutions other services have come up with are simply giving the user the ability to use custom domains, or frequently add new domains. However to truly hide one's identity for custom domains, it's likely that a service like would be needed, or perhaps you can expand towards that direction, just a thought.
Hi Everyone! 👋👋 I'm Kesara from Devro LABS. We have created another best solution for your online privacy. AltMails is all about keeping you away from spammers and advertisers. While there are lots of disposable temporary email services available, we build AltMails on top of them. We build it with a very unique approach. AltMails is not just a disposable email service it's also a proxy email service. We use a proxy to hide our identity, simple as that you can use AltMails to hide your identity. It's another email address which links to your mailbox and you can remove it anytime unlike your real one. AltMails is featured on Makers Festival 2019 under Life Hacks category. We hope you will share your love their also. Thank you for checking out AltMails! 🙏🙏
@kesara Looks light, useful and pretty much interesting! Would you like to have an interview about AltMails product and your business in general at StartupRadius? Give me a shout at for more details if interested :)
Good idea and I love using temporary emails. My fear is that sites will add the domains to a block list.