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Email verifications- recomend best free email provider or your own domains?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by PineappleCrush, Mar 12, 2016.

  1. PineappleCrush

    PineappleCrush Regular Member

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    I thought on the plus with your own domains there are less problems with getting them shut down on the email side. The drawback is that if using them for twitter/social media etc if they see your domain then immediately that links all your accounts together and they could mass ban them all couldnt they. Whereas with aol/hotmail etc they cant ban all of those since everyone uses them.

    What is the best solution?

    I was using aol but they ask phone verification now. Same with yahoo. I tried hotmail again and started good but getting suspended after a couple days. I am not even doing any heavy spamming of the emails I just need them to reverify twitter accounts. I am also using the same proxy to access accounts that i siged up with but still get these issues.

    recommendations?
     
  2. sinnir

    sinnir Junior Member

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    I have no problem creating gmails and hotmail. They only ask for phone verification after many accounts created, you can simply use your real phone and max register it, then use a friends' or family members, and repeat this after a few days (you can use the same numbers again after a few days)
    i must have created 100s of emails up until now and all using the same phone number
     
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  3. PineappleCrush

    PineappleCrush Regular Member

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    problem is I dont have any friends and like to limit contact with my family mostly :D
     
  4. Disgorge

    Disgorge Newbie

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    Use mail.com, you can choose from a lot of domains and they only need captchas sometimes. The best thing is you can make alias addresses on one account, so one login will gain you 11 email addresses ��
     
  5. amit2648

    amit2648 Newbie

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    best is to use your default email with a "+" sign in between like your email is [email protected]
    you can use [email protected],[email protected] and all mails will directly go to [email protected]
    I use this method and it works like a charm
     
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  6. PineappleCrush

    PineappleCrush Regular Member

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    edit one two three four
     
  7. PineappleCrush

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    This is the same problem as what I mentioned if a manual review comes they will ban them all. Huge footprint as the seo guys like to say.
     
  8. acid911

    acid911 Newbie

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    Yeah, I've been using this method for a bunch of my accounts and they are fine. Scaling them up could be a problem, but only if a manual review comes in. Then again, if you are using hundreds of accounts, then perhaps it is better to invest in some Hotmail accounts too, there are providers selling them at good prices.

    Unless someone has better suggestions.
     
  9. PineappleCrush

    PineappleCrush Regular Member

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    well its weighing up risks. both have their drawbacks. as i said initially getting accounts closed with the free ones is the problem with hotmail so it is not a cost issue.
     
  10. PineappleCrush

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    Man you led me on a wild goose chase! I knew there was a reason I stopped using mail.com and it's because you can't use pop or imap. You need to pay for it.