The potential ways to find email addresses rival the sought addresses in number — almost. Many of them work, too — almost.
What's your experience with trying to find an email address? What did you try? What worked, and what didn't? Share Your Experience
Emailsherlock posts false info on people
- Therrien Yannick the owner of emailsherlock doesn't care that he is posting false info about people like companies they don't even own. He does nothing to verify any info he post about you and worst that that when you bring it to his attention he does nothing to remove the false info. repeated emails through his website, posting on his Facebook page at yannick.net nothing convinces this guy to do the right thing.
- —Guest William
- I just found email sherlock: http://www.emailsherlock.com/ AND ITS FREE! And it doesn't try to sell you anything. Which is cool I have no idea why this site is not on the list.
- —Guest Rick
This one has free searching
- http://www.chachanged.com The site links your outdated data with current data but the caveat being that you must first create a listing with your old data.
- —Guest Sigal
- I agree nothings free even if its .95 cents, once you pay they will never let go.
- —Guest chevyman
Free email search? Not yet
- Haven't found one that is free despite their claims. But there is no web penalty for lying…
- —Guest Melvin Turetzky
Android App - Find Email Address
- I found this free android app very helpful: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.nousefor.android.emailfinder.promo.find.email.address.lookup.findemail .
- —Guest Tom
RE: Free E-Mail Lookup Services
- I agree with cdw350 and Mark. I tried these sites — and talk about false advertising. These people are criminals and should be banned from advertising.
- —Guest Fed Up
"Free"? What a joke!
- Every "free" email search site I looked at wanted to charge me. — Bunch of lying con men. What a joke!
- —Guest ken booker
All these sites are scams
- There's no such thing [as a free email address search service]. All these sites are scams. They state free but all that is ever free is your effort to search. What you find after the names comes up is that you have to pay to actually see the email address itself. That's like having a restaurant advertise "free food" only to find what's free is your option to be read the menu. I have no problem with legitimate companies charging for their services. However, this is fraud and these people should be put in jail.
"Free Email Search"
- There's no such thing. All these sites are scams. They state free but all that is ever free is your effort to search. What you find after the names comes up is that you have to pay to actually see the email address itself. That's like having a restaurant advertise "free food" only to find what's free is your option to be read the menu. I have no problem with legitimate companies charging for their services However, this is fraud and these people should be put in jail.
- —Guest Mark
Just checked out Spock.com, and…
- I just checked out Spock.com, and it's not free anymore. They charge you a fee for unlimited membership.
- —Guest SnoopyShorts
Corporate Email Address Patterns
- Heinz, Good article. You show some great tricks of the trade when figuring out people's email addresses. Typically, if you know a person's full name and know where they currently work, then you can figure out their email address. I've recently put together a free web resource that pulls together the corporate email address patterns for the largest US companies, which can be found at www.Emails4Corporations.com This resource is great for job seekers, salespeople, small business owners, or customers..anyone looking to speak with company insiders directly..
- —Guest Logan Coker