Masker@ works by creating aliases which forward email to your main inbox. It is impossible to identify who the aliases belong to, and an alias can be disabled at any time. This can be used to stay anonymous online or prevent spam
The product is ready and working, but currently has no paying customers.
Problem or Opportunity
In the modern Web we often get asked to enter our email address on a website for several reasons. These reasons include:
- signing up for an account to use an online service;
- subscribing to a newsletter;
- getting notified when a product is back in stock in an online store;
- signing up to access something or download something;
- and so on...
It happens incredibly often that users have to disclose your email address to receive digital goods or services online. But there can be good reasons not to trust the websites which provide them. They may send you spam or promotional content too frequently, they may expose your data in a public breach, sell it to a third party or disclose it to the government.
Solution (product or service)
Masker@ creates aliases - email addresses which forward emails to the user's primary inbox. It is impossible to identify who the aliases belong to, and an alias can be disabled at any time. This can be used to stay anonymous online or prevent spam
It is hard to clearly define who the potential customers are. The customer base should mainly consist of privacy-conscious users, possibly people who use the Internet a lot for work to find information, such as software developers, graphic designers and so on.