Trackbuster works in the background. You are finally in total control.
NewYork, NY (PRWEB) July 09, 2015
The first universal email tracker removal service Trackbuster launches in private beta today. Trackbuster puts users to be in control of their inbox privacy by removing invisible trackers and tracked links. Trackbuster is safe and free to use. Works with any email client, any operating system on any device both mobile and desktop.
“Email tracking is widely spread but somehow remains an underestimated threat to our daily privacy,” said Florian Seroussi, Co-Founder of One More Company Inc operating Trackbuter. “We estimate that 55% of all emails are tracked. 200 billion emails are being sent on a daily basis” adds Florian.
Trackers are used by government agencies, marketers, service providers but also individuals to collect data discreetly such as read notifications, user’s location, IP address, mobile or device configuration, email client, forwarding activity, browsing history and more.
Trackbuster removes invisible trackers from emails before they are read leaving message format untouched. The service provides a seamless experience without disrupting users configuration.
Trackbuster works independently of email clients and current settings. It is not an extension or plugin. Trackbuster is an essential set and forget service.
Robert Scoble, after testing the service said “this must have tool will change your mind about why and where privacy matters”.
The service is currently in Beta to a limited number of users. Registration is open at http://www.trackbuster.com
Company plans to add beta users each week during the summer.
Trackbuster unique technology is patent pending. The service does not store emails and is securely hosted in the United States.
Trackbuster is a free service provided by One More Company Inc.
ABOUT ONE MORE COMPANY INC.
Founded by a group of tech entrepreneurs, One More Company is a US based consumer software company devoted to privacy and friendly integration with operations in San Francisco and New-York.
OMC (One More Company) team is composed of seasoned executives from Google and AOL.