emailondeck logo

You are

NEW !!
Chrome Extension
Firefox Extension
API Access?
Advanced Features?
EmailOnDeck PRO

Insightful Articles:

Understanding Email Attachments: How Files are Encoded and Transferred
January. 11th 2023
How to protect your privacy with a common browser fingerprint
December. 19th 2022
EmailOnDeck launches support for international languages!
January. 12th 2017
How do temporary emails work?
February. 12th 2016
Disposable Temporary Email
April. 14th 2016
Using a disposable email address during your travels.
March. 10th 2017

Looking for an anonymous email address?

Author:  EmailOnDeck
EmailOnDeck photo

We all get tired of giving out our email address. It could be that the newest, coolest app is requesting it, your local grocery store is asking for it or your chiropractor. Seems like today, everywhere you go you are asked for your email. Half the time it isn't even necessary, but offices, websites, retailers and the like just put it on their forms and request you give it to them.

In a world where more and more companies monetize themselves off your personal data, it's becomes more and more important to remain anonymous. The more information you expose about yourself to the world, the more likely you can become a victim of identify theft. It may take months or even years to fix the damage identity theft can do to you.

Identify theft can result in your credit score going lower, preventing you from being able to get loans and cash advances. It can also be used to create personalities and accounts throughout the internet claiming to be you. These accounts can be difficult to track down. If you know someone who has been a victim or you yourself has been a victim of identify theft, you can relate to why anonymity can be so important.

An anonymous email address helps protect you from identity theft. provides anonymities using temp emails. When you use an anonymous mail address from EmailOnDeck it creates like a virtual wall where you can provide email information to those who request it without having to give your actual email information. When you obscure your real email address, it's not being exposed, and that helps protect you.

Over 17.6 million U.S. residents experienced identity theft in 2014.* It's no joke. People have a legitimate concern to want keep their anonymity. There's many ways to help stay anonymous in today's age, and using a anonymous email, where appropriate, is a good start.

It's unfortunate that so many people are up to no good and would even think about ruining people's life with identify theft. Protect yourself with an anonymous email generator like

SSL and TLS certified