Who would want to send anonymous emails? Some of you might think that no one would be interested in doing it but what about that office mate of yours who is too burdened with inferiority complex to express his feelings to your lady boss? Or what about you when you want to hammer a point home to a higher official without the risk of being ridiculed or marked? Or if you want to report a fraud to your boss without the risk of having the perpetrators getting back at you. Well, whatever would your reason be in wanting to send anonymous emails, there are websites that can help you for free.SendAnonymousMail
is one service that will allow you to, as its name clearly implies, send anonymous emails. They claim that "Every day over 60,000 free anonymous emails are sent from our servers, making us the world's largest and most trusted anonymous email service."
But don't think that you can use them to send death threats, slander, or anything that could hurt someone, or anything illegal. They could publish or block your IP address if you do illegal things with their service.
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