How to Send Sensitive Information to Someone via Email

01 Mar

Have you ever sent private information to someone, maybe a family member needed your credit card number, and then regretted that you had ever done it. This can all be solved with a self-destructing link. To start off visit website here and click on Create One Now button

This will take you to to a text box where you can write your text. After writing click on Create link

Don’t worry its a safe method and your information will travel safely to your friend. Now a link will be generated but please don’t click the link. It’s a self destructing link and will be destroyed automatically with a single visit to the link.

Copy this link and send it to your friend via email.

When your friend will visit the link he will see it like the information as in the image below

Now comes the best part. If they refresh the page or try click on the link again they are not able to see the information.

The data is also stored in an encrypted form on their servers, and when someone views the unique URL that you send them; your encrypted message is deleted from their system.


Posted by on March 1, 2012 in Product Reviews


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4 responses to “How to Send Sensitive Information to Someone via Email

  1. Shoaib

    March 1, 2012 at 8:12 pm

    Valuable information.

  2. Yousuf Rafi

    March 2, 2012 at 5:30 am

    jazaakAllah!!! yup loved the concept… its so fast and secure… (: worth bookmarking…. (;

  3. Jolyajones

    March 30, 2015 at 1:03 pm

    Wow. You Give a very nice concept. Thanks for sharing with us.


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