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Bob's Orange


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« Reply #45 on: Monday, June 24, 2019, 12:12:19 »

Just need to manufacture new email addresses. An ex work colleague did this with all the major supermarkets and kept swapping the around for new customer deals. Of course he got found out eventually by some of them but had the best part of six months discounted shopping.

I guess they tagged on by the fact a single address had multiple email addresses attached to it?
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« Reply #46 on: Monday, June 24, 2019, 12:22:43 »

I guess they tagged on by the fact a single address had multiple email addresses attached to it?

I think it IIRC was down to the drivers coming to the house multiple times on a promotional voucher.
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« Reply #47 on: Monday, June 24, 2019, 14:14:03 »

Just need to manufacture new email addresses. An ex work colleague did this with all the major supermarkets and kept swapping the around for new customer deals. Of course he got found out eventually by some of them but had the best part of six months discounted shopping.

I say this to anyone who’ll listen: if you have a gmail address, you can have a near limitless supply of new emails without opening new accounts. Simply add or remove full stops throughout the address (although no more than 1 concurrently) and/or add a + and a number before the @ and you'll receive it all.

For example, all the below would go to the same inbox and for the most part be accepted as unique emails (some systems refuse a + in an email address).

barryscott@gmail.com
b.ar.r.ysco.tt@gmail.com
[email protected]
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