And... if you are using Aweber (like I am), the amount you pay for the service depends on the amount of subscribers you have on your list.
Last night, while reading through some of the threads here at the Warrior Forum, I noticed someone who was advertising a disposable email service. The OP was suggesting to people that when signing up for free stuff (like the reports, videos, scripts, templates, headers, etc... that we work hard to put together), they should use a disposable email address (an email address that disappears after a specific period of time). That way they can download the free stuff and never hear from us again.
While there is nothing illegal about doing this, I think it's downright unethical. Especially to recommend this practice in a forum like the Warrior Forum - Where we believe in fair, honest business.
Anyway... Enough of my rant.
I spent about a half hour this morning coming up with a list of disposable email address services.
I recommend going into your autoresponder account and blocking these domains. Why pay for the bandwidth and subscriber if the email address used to get the free stuff will just disappear before your first follow up message is even sent?
Here is how to do it with Aweber
And here is the list that I came up with. If you know of any other disposable email services you want me to add to the list, just let me know.
mailed.in mailinator.com trash2009.com mailexpire.com MailEater.com jetable.org onlatedotcom.info guerrillamailblock.com spamhole.com uggsrock.com TempEMail.net smapfree24.org smapfree24.de smapfree24.info smapfree24.com smapfree24.eu spamspot.com spam.la meltmail.com anonymbox.com dodgit.com E4ward.com GishPuppy.com haltospam.com mailnull.com MintEmail.com Sneakemail.com