The Best Fake E-mail Generators – January 2019

Posted by Joseph on January 29, 2019

When you need to sign up or register for something online but want to avoid the annoying newsletters and updates that follow, you find yourself a fake email generator. In an age where everything is digital, it shouldn’t surprise you every that just about every website on the web takes measures to collect your personal data in order provide better services. Most of their methods can be rather invasive and even fewer of them can be considered trustworthy.

So untrustworthy in fact that providing these websites with your personal details runs the risk of them being sold off the highest bidder. I don’t know about you but I’m not a fan of having personal bullet points of my life put on display so that evil web corporations can make a quick buck.

“What about social media?”

That’s a whole different can of worms. Though, admittedly still just as shady.

“Where can I find a fake email generator?”

You can always just type fake email generator into the address bar of your preferred web browser, hit enter, and find a whole list from which to choose. Doing it that way would be quicker but who’s to say you’d be using the best one? This is where I come in.

This article will discuss what I consider to be the top three email generators to choose from that will help you protect your privacy and avoid all the SPAM.

But first…


What Is A Fake Email Generator?

These websites provide the user with a one-time use (normally) instant email address for use on websites to avoid SPAM and other unsavory internet practices. The name of the address is generated randomly, using a simple database compiled from public domain sources.

The methods and uses of these websites are completely legal as they do not encourage, condone, nor support any illegal activities conducted through the use of their service. Misuse of the information provided is subject to a prosecution in which the service will cooperate fully with law enforcement in assisting in any way needed.

Everyone else

Guard yourself against SPAM, phishing, and other online “threats” by using YOPMail. Just visit the YOPMail site, type in your preferred email address name, and click the Check Inbox button. If you’re having issues coming up with an email address name on your own, just click the Random Email Address link and YOPMail will create one for you.

Each email address ID is unique to each and every user. You can copy the autogenerated email address for later use and click the Check mails button to head to the inbox.  Email is stored for up to 8 days after they are received but users can delete them at any time.

Just like most other fake email generators, YOPMail does not allow you to compose and send your own emails to various recipients. It does, however, allow you to send anonymous emails to other YOPMail domains.

A few perks of YOPMail include multiple language support as well as a handy plugin for your browser to allow quick and easy access to the disposable email. There is absolutely no registration required and the service is 100% free.

Similar to Mailinator, YOPMail provides additional domain IPs to circumvent a service registration block. This is useful for sites who desperately want to blow up your real email inbox with pointless newsletters and purchase offers.

YOPMail’s email addresses are not technically secure. In that, I mean that anyone who knows the email address name (or even those who accidentally type it in) can access your YOPMail inbox. So avoid providing any sort of factual personal information to the services sending you the emails.

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