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Post by FrankW. on 2018-07-24, 6:42 pm

Telnames wrote:Why Every Entrepreneur Needs a Branded Business Email:

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And yet, creating a branded email address oftentimes falls through the cracks. Unfortunately, overlooking this seemingly minor detail can cost you. Just imagine how differently your impression is of someone whose email address is jenny4eva@aol.com versus Jennifer.Morris@MorrisConsulting.com.

https://www.do.tel/2018/07/every-entrepreneur-needs-branded-business-email/
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Post by 4444 on 2018-07-27, 3:55 am

If the author of the article is honest, then he can't recommend .tel.

An e-mail address with the ending .tel would cause serious doubts about the sender's creditworthiness.

Thus, the only fair statement is that an e-mail address should be equipped with a known domain extension, but not with a failed domain extension like .tel.
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Post by FrankW. on 2018-07-27, 4:07 am

4444 wrote:Thus, the only fair statement is that an e-mail address should be equipped with a known domain extension, but not with a failed domain extension like .tel.

True! In addition, .tel has a terrible reputation: read only a few comments on this forum about .tel; then you know!
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Post by 4444 on 2018-07-27, 4:11 am

.tel is nothing but legally allowed fraud! Many people fell for it.

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