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What E-mail Service Do You Use? (For Everything BlackHat!)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Johnny_Tsunami, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. Johnny_Tsunami

    Johnny_Tsunami Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    I'm curious, what's your preferred e-mail vendor for going through any sort of journey/process.

    Whether i'm setting up an email for a PBN registration, or a legitimate client e-mail, etc..

    I have a few questions about your preferences.

    So, in general, for free e-mails, I've been using Yandex and Mail. I love Yandex because it's quick and easy to sign up and forward the new accounts all to one email address.

    I love Mail because of all the @****.tld options they give you. I may or may not have my main Mail account using an @brew-master.com email :D

    The reason for this question is because with both Yandex and Mail recently I've been running into problems with them requiring Phone verifications (most likely because I've signed into these emails from both my work IP and my home IP - which I know is No Bueno).

    Are there any free e-mail services out there that don't ask for phone verification? Or ways to get around this? Or am I stuck with ONLY opening those e-mail accounts at those specific locations (home or office) where they were made?

    Thanks guys!

    Also... Random question: For all the email accounts i've made so far (20-30 Yandex, 10-20 Mail) that require phone verification, obviously I can't go in and use my personal # for all since it will be flagged.. Is there any way around this?
     
  2. dirtybrown

    dirtybrown Newbie

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    If you have leads I can help you promote them! my skype is darrenb.4211
     
  3. xReminisce

    xReminisce Regular Member

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    for PBN, use everything
    don't stick to one
    and avoid gmail
    yahoo, mail, outook, host provided email ([email protected]), aol, etc
    Variety is the key.

    Use your phone's net
    restart it to change the IP
    that will slightly lessen the trigger of phone verification flag
     
  4. terrycody

    terrycody Supreme Member

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    Try GMX mail, I use it occasionally and seemed it does not need your phone verify.