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  • EV

    Emily Veach

    about 5 years ago #

    Holy crap, I wish I could upvote this a few more times.

  • FG

    François Grante

    about 5 years ago #

    Cofounder here. I can't wait to have your feedback on Email Hunter! I'm here if you have questions.

  • DG

    David Gross

    about 5 years ago #

    @fgrante job well done! I saw this on PH yesterday. What a light-weight beast.

  • DL

    Dylan La Com

    about 5 years ago #

    Really amazing how fast this is. Nice job!

  • JM

    Jeff Majka

    about 5 years ago #

    This tool works really well.

  • AL

    Aaron Lintz

    about 5 years ago #

    get rid of lead411 as a source and I will consider the information useful. here is my first example all linking to the same junk ink with a bunch of guesses shown as results. Lead411 is not the only site notorious for doing this as link bait for people hunting for emails, but is shows me you are not actually verifying the information returned.

    pyoung@domain.com
    paul.young@
    paul_young@
    paul@

    • FG

      François Grante

      about 5 years ago #

      Hi Aaron, we are supposed to blacklist this kind of sources. I thought lead411 was already blacklisted, could you give me an example were it is present? Thanks!

  • MK

    Mladen Kovacevic

    about 5 years ago #

    Great resource to get targeted company email addresses. Be aware however of the anti-spam legislation in each of the targeted companies' home countries. In Canada, for example, e-mail addresses listed on company websites fall under the "implied consent" category. This means that you can send electronic communication to that email address, but you have a time limit of 2 years to get that person's "express consent" meaning they have to explicitly indicate that they wish to receive e-mails from you via an opt-in form. Also while it's a no-brainer that you must have an Unsubscribe option on all your promotional emails, a company called Compu-Finder was recently fined $1.1 million earlier this year for not having a functioning unsubscribe button, and for acquiring personal emails through scraping the web.

    • AF

      Antoine Finkelstein

      about 5 years ago #

      Hi Mladen ! I'm a founder at Email Hunter. Spam is a real issue for us and we always want to make sure the service is used for good reasons. Email Hunter is a service from a French company (Firmapi SARL) and it's why we also allow users to remove their email from our database.

  • SP

    Sean Power

    about 5 years ago #

    Can I send you some private feedback? sean@seanmpower.com

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