When you register for anything online, enter the website's name as your "middle name." When the spam arrives, you will know which website sold your data.

By indiescribe | 5 comments |
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genius.
By michelle on 1 Feb 23
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absolutely!
By sebastian 4 minutes ago
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You are genious!
By wow! on 18 Mar 24
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Why didn't I think of that before
By xer0gravity on 1 Mar 23
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Really ..............
By aaaaaaaaa on 1 Nov 23
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Better to add the name of the website Like "Paul Facebook" or "Paul FB" Use email aliases : paul+facebook@email.com
By yamy on 13 May 24
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when you REGISTER for stuff online today you need to verify your email address, if you don' have access to it like for example paul+facebook@email.com. So very a*s wipe advice... its better to get a cheap hosting account set up email with a default address that lids into spam
By sebastian a few seconds ago