Forward marketing emails to
And we will take care of the rest.
Here is an example.
See the HALL OF SHAME.
distinct users today: 25
requests receieved today: 42
Note: After some input, I have decided to change billing to a credit-based
system. Each unsubscribe uses 1 Credit. Over time, you should need
this service less and less 🙂
Fresh accounts start with 5 Credits.
Credits are initially locked to the source email address.
For example, you can add multiple members of your family or friends to
share a single credit pool.
A monthly plain-text report will be delivered via email. In the future,
we might add a setting to enable weekly reports — but hey, we’re trying to
unclog your inbox, right?
There is no sign-up form! Just forward any marketing email to
Then, we will create an account for you on our backend.
No need to worry about billing until you expend your initial credits.
Once that happens, we will send you a form to enroll in a plan via Stripe
Once your account’s credits have been depleted, your emails will still
be queued for processing — but they won’t be processed until you
top-off your account again.
Emails are processed in a FIFO (First-in, First-out) queue. Typically,
they are completed within 24 hours.
Currently, there is no automation. Oftentimes, these marketing emails
contain hard-to-find, low-opacity links. But it’s nothing that a real
human can’t tackle.
At this time, the only processor is my high-school sister. I pay her
In the future, automation might be worth it. But for right now, hiring
a real human is a pretty good deal for the task.
*We will never sell data.*
The emails we are targeting are marketing emails sent en masse.
9/10 times these emails don’t disclose anything other than your
email address. Sometimes, they mention your first name —
for a bit of a “personal touch” .
After processing, your emails will be placed in Gsuite’s trash, which
will be purged in 30 days.
We aggregate anonymized statistics in the
HALL OF SHAME.
If you would like to be removed from these aggregates, please email
with the subject “opt-out”.
- User dashboard via unique one-time link.
- API for users to fetch their data.