Fake Mail is a free temporary email address that you can use for one-off emails. If you are looking for a secure way to receive self-destructing emails after 24 hours, then this is the best temporary messaging service you will find! There is no problem, you can generate your own email address or let our system create a temporary mail for you at random. With a disposable email service, you can prevent spam from reaching your inbox from those who sell your email address for profit.
Why use Temp Mail?
It’s simple, having an anonymous email address can really come in handy when you are forced to “sign up” to receive something that you are not sure you will continue to use. By using our free temporary email address, you can receive the confirmation email securely. Depending on what you need the email for, you can easily change your permanent email address.
The disposable email address sets up a different and unique email address for each sender / recipient combination. It operates most useful in scenarios where someone can sell or release an email address to spam lists or other unscrupulous entities. The most common situations of this type involve online registration for sites that offer discussion groups, bulletin boards, chat rooms, online shopping and file hosting services. At a time when email spam has become a daily nuisance and when identity theft threatens, DEAs can serve as a convenient tool to protect Internet users.
Disposable email addresses can be canceled if someone starts using the address in a way not intended by the creator. Examples are accidentally releasing an email to a spam list or if the address was obtained by spammers. Alternatively, the user can simply decide not to receive further correspondence from the sender.
Disposable email accounts are not permanent like in Gmail, Outlook.com, Yahoo, etc. They are also usually anonymous email accounts, which means you can sign up without giving your name, phone number, home address, etc.
You can use a disposable email address if you sign up for a user account that you will only use temporarily, or if you are confident you won’t even need to read emails.
For example, you may not want to use a disposable address for your bank account, as you may need bank statements or access to a backup email if you forget your password.