To submit or not to submit your email is sadly not an option when you want to try a new service that has just launched, and that you really know nothing about its creators. If you want to try it, you will have no other choice but to provide your email address when prompted. And suffer the consequences afterwards, even when you were promised that you would not be spammed.
That is why services like WebEmail.me are around. WebEmail.me can provide you with a temporary email address that expires one day after it has been created. That is the lapse of time you will have to read all the emails which are put your way. Once 24 hours have come and gone, the email address will disappear along with all the messages that had landed there.
This is not the first service of this nature that I review, and although I recall seeing a couple that were richer in terms of features (for example, some let you set down the expiry date yourself) WebEmail.me is still useful, and does the job it is meant to do more than adequately.
WebEmail.me In Their Own Words
WebEmail.me provides you with Temporary e-mail addresses which expire after 1 Day.
Why WebEmail.me It Might Be A Killer
If avoiding being spammed is your objective, this will do.