Instantly see a list of all your subscription emails. Unsubscribe easily from whatever you don’t want.
Seems super appealing. Like if you are ready to do some serious Spring cleaning on your inbox, why not use a service designed to help? Clear out a ton of noise.
Plus, it’s free.
Unroll.me is very clear about why it’s free though: they read your email, mine it for data, and sell that data.
It’s still a matter of trust. Do you trust them, while they definitely are reading your personal emails, to not doing anything you wouldn’t want them to with it? I don’t think I’m ready for that level of trust. Ironic, perhaps, as I’m perfectly happy using Google for email.
I like how honest Unroll.me is, at least.
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