Email.Echelon

Find anybody's work email.

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If you find yourself guessing people's work email addresses, there is now a low-cost, easy solution. Just enter someone's first name, last name, and domain and our algorithm will find their email address. If we can't find it, we don't charge you.

Reviews

  • Rick Segal
    Rick SegalFormer USAF, MSFT, VC, now w/Samsung.
    Pros: 

    Not much

    Cons: 

    Another way for our email addresses to get compromised.

    I should start with "I get it". A bunch of sales people types on quotas or cold call mavins, can't rely of lists, etc. so they have to get "creative" about how to get to me. Or customers. Having said that, this just highlights the work that needs to get done in order to close these types of 'loopholes' and so-called creative ways to get at my email address. This just isn't good (nor any of the aps doing the same thing). In taking a look, using a stale LinkedIn account from a testing service got me in to take a peek. Didn't find my email address.

    Rick Segal has used this product for one day.
  • Jean Pierre Rojas
    Jean Pierre RojasMarketing Director
    Pros: 

    It can't find the emails that other email finder can't find. It's not any better than the other services and uses the same algorithm.

    Cons: 

    Too little free credits (Why only 3?). Also, other services provided better amount of credits at a better price.

    I tried to find my own email. It can't find it.

    The logged in option is to first link your Linkedin Account and there's no other info about the service in the landing page

    My first impression is that it's a lead generation webpage to get your Linkedin Profile. (Which it does)

    I'm not sure about the Privacy Policy (there's no link for it in their website) since I already removed my Linkedin profile connection to E.E so probably my email address/name/photo is still on their database.

    Jean Pierre Rojas has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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Scott Bowler
Scott Bowler@scotty_bowler · Co-founder ChooseHolly.com
A tad ironic that you work for a data protection startup and then violate people's data privacy by exposing their email address to anyone who pays for it. How will you be compliant with GDPR?
Jake Kozloski
Jake KozloskiMaker@jake_kozloski · Associate Product Manager at Virtru
@scotty_bowler Hah, valid point. I'm very familiar with the email encryption side of GDPR (as I have to be for my role at Virtru), but tbh have not looked into how this type of product would have to comply with it. I'll be sure to look into that before the May deadline.
Felipe Millan
Felipe Millan@felipe_millan · Work @ Sendgrid
@jake_kozloski im sorry to say that from may next year your service will be totally illegal. Cold emails do not work at all but still new sales desperate reps still trying to spam as many people as possible. Services like yours or elucify, findthatlead, etc. Harm more than improve business quality. And at the same time are just gas for SPAM services like mailshake, woodpecker, etc. Why not use your expertise and train people of beign better sales reps and not spammers?
Jake Kozloski
Jake KozloskiMaker@jake_kozloski · Associate Product Manager at Virtru
Hey PH, Jake from Email Echelon here. My day job is a Sales Development Rep for a data protection startup called Virtru. I'm constantly finding new people I need to email every day and our team uses ZoomInfo to look up their email addresses. ZoomInfo is fantastic about 75% of the time, but often I'll run into prospects or leads that aren't listed there. Instead of creating permutations of all the possible emails and testing them one at a time, I decided it would be easier to just make an app that does that for me and enlisted the help of my buddy Rob to do that. Instead of just keeping this tool for ourselves, we figured we'd open it up to the world. A couple of tips: - You get three successful searches for free per account. Each search costs us a non-trivial amount so use them wisely :) - You only get charged a token for a successful search. If your search doesn't work (unfortunately our system isn't perfect and not all of them return results), then you don't get charged - Tokens are cheaper in bulk! This is a pretty simple app and we're going to be adding more features in the coming days. I use the app every day and personally find it very useful, but I would love to know what you guys think. Feedback and suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks for your support 🙏🏻
Ayush Chandra
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job !! How’s it different from others email finder ??
Jake Kozloski
Jake KozloskiMaker@jake_kozloski · Associate Product Manager at Virtru
@ayush_chandra Thanks! Our algorithm permutates possible combinations of emails using the first and last name then validates them with an SMTP check. This is a different strategy than most of the other validators which use probabilistic models or email scanning tech that require access to your inbox.
Matt
Matt@mzuvella · Director of Marketing @ FamePick
Amazing to me the number of email finders services/companies out there today
Felipe Millan
Felipe Millan@felipe_millan · Work @ Sendgrid
@mzuvella this is because it’s extremely easy to find emails this days. Probably in codecanyon theres already a wordpress plugin for $10 to do it by yourself
Jake Kozloski
Jake KozloskiMaker@jake_kozloski · Associate Product Manager at Virtru
Thank you to everyone who tried out Email Echelon and gave us great feedback! We've decided to take it offline at this point in order to focus our attention on other projects.