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These are just a few of the unwanted emails received everyday.  We know that we are not alone in this unwanted attention. So we have decided to share them so you could put them to good use.

You use the emails below at your own risk. We have not tested to see if they are live or bogus.

lactiferous @toyuplmo.win

bulletheadedness @elvelator.win

Hyperpathetical @chaohuwhale.win

agnizing @elvelator.win

cordialness @othergifted.win

work @whenhandsome.win

tysonhobert80819 @mahditorabi.com

scotty@righwodr.win

entrapper @righwodr.win

circadian @zxcertui.top

mademoiselles @righwodr.win

sonobuoy @righwodr.win

mare@ zxcertui.top

adminoldbury @newhopecare.co.uk

normanlance43 @boardcampvfd.com

velezmarisol1369 @superonline.net

order @ibxplatform.com

sargentsallie25591 @upcnet.ro

rojasarmando2559 @jarasak.com

zieglerthomas2876 @housenation.ro

mail-daeman @web7.hostvue.com

 

 

 

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Privacy policy?


What a joke!

It is only when you set up  a web site for yourself that privacy becomes an important  issue. I am probably right in thinking that some of you never look at the small print and those that do must think ” what am I letting myself  in for?”

 I’m talking about when you come to a privacy policy  that runs to more than a page you know your in trouble with that company. Basically they say we will protect your data but send it all round the world for other companies to look after but if your identity gets cloned, it’s not their fault! Where do these companies get the moral right to tell everybody your information? They don’t, but they think they do! because you have used their product/web site etc. It is time these companies started offering their customers a proper service and not lip service to your data with long-winded policies. They should all say we do not share your info and honour that!