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Securing Your Email Address

The Email Problem

As an individual on the Internet it's only logical that you would like the people you meet to send you an email. The easiest way is to give someone your address right there and then. But you resist because, well... you don't really know them. Do you?

With an e-MailUs account you can freely give them your account number along with the the e-MailUs URL ( Your new friend can now contact you via the e-MailUs Secure Service.

The e-MailUs Method

The e-MailUs System keeps your email address secure and replaces it with a link. A link to the e-MailUs website where e-MailUs processes your friend for you. We've turned your email address into a "Swiss Email Account" (much like some Swiss bank accounts which are numbered accounts not named accounts).

Your e-MailUs account looks like this: FF4920

The e-MailUs Process

The visitor feedback process goes like this: Your friend goes to e-MailUs ( e-MailUs presents your friend with a short form which once filled in is sent to you for reading. At this point, assuming you wish to reply, you can do so normally through your own email system which discloses your email address or you can go to e-MailUs to compose your secure reply. When you reply from e-MailUs your email address remains private.

Getting to e-MailUs is easy. You can go to or you can click on the "login" link in the footer of your friend's email sent to you from e-MailUs. Once you are signed in to your account you can READ, REPLY, or DELETE your visitor's email. Everything remains secure especially your email address.

Watcha gunna do?

Please Note:

Signing up with a brand-new, not-yet seen email address will afford you instantaneous email protection from SPAM and other unwanted email.

Signing up with an already compromised email address will NOT give you instant relief from SPAM and unwanted email. It is estimated that it may take 10 months or more for an email address to drop out of bulk mailing lists. Consideration should be given to getting a new email address from your Internet Service Provider and discarding the old compromised one.

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