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Well most of the time when they have user memberships they can send deals with affiliate links to people so that when they end up purchasing the websites make profit. Also they don't really turn members/business away because if a user has found what they were looking for in a deal on that website and nowhere else, chances are they will sign up and that is what the other websites rely on.
allstarcj (rep: 313) posted Jul 06, 2012
They want to harvest the emails so that they have a database of customers whom then can then spam.
erick99 (rep: 430k) posted Jul 07, 2012
Use a disposable temporary E-mail address to check out such sites, such as 10minutemail.com .
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Jul 07, 2012
Email address Lists "Especially" with the person's name are coveted by site owners like GOLD! They are given the right to send sale information directly to the customers that have shown an interest in their site and bypass the commissions that their "associates or affiliates" are paid when people enter their sits though one of their links... some companies even sell their harvested lists to companies that sell similar items because these are thought of as "HOT and Ready to BUY Customers". It's a game taught early on when you are doing internet marketing of any sort... "The GOLD is in the LIST".
FibroMom (rep: 242k) posted Jul 08, 2012
Well, this is hard to say: As much as I agree with you guys that its for spam, I think it's more like when you walk into a store and they ask you for your zipcode. They don't want people to just "walk in"- browse and then find it somewhere else cheaper. They want to see who their loyal customers are. Normally, they do send out emails, but also don't forget they send promotions, that people who are NOT signed up don't recieve, also, they get the sales list quicker than others.
MdavidK30 (rep: 3.7k) posted Jul 08, 2012
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