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Zachary_Mendes123's avatar

Anyway that someone could let me have a gmail that you don't use? I kinda need one.

Asked by Zachary_Mendes123 (1237points) November 13th, 2017

I need a new gmail. I only have 2 but I need a new one to get a account to a website that I’ve been banned to. Twice. But it’s OK. I asked if I could come back.

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Zaku's avatar

Several relevant things come to mind, including:

1. Why can’t you create your own new gmail really easily and use that?
2. Does it have to be a gmail account? Because there are many free email providers that allow immediate creation of new email accounts.

canidmajor's avatar

And if “it’s OK” why do you need a new one?
Or do you just want one that is not associated with your IP address, in which case it doesn’t sound like “it’s OK” at all.

elbanditoroso's avatar

Agreed with @zaku – Gmail addresses are free and available – why not set up a new one. Something here isn’t making sense.

Zachary_Mendes123's avatar

I need a phone number to get a gmail account. Which…...I already used the one that I have to set up my second account.

canidmajor's avatar

I know people that have more than one account on the same phone number, it should be possible to set that up.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

I have 4 gmail accounts all on one phone number.

If you’ve been banned from a site twice, your problem is not Gmail.

SergeantQueen's avatar give you a fake free phone number. Use that to verify.

I don’t think anyone is going to let you use an email they created. No offence, but I don’t want any cops showing up at my house or any weird stuff going on under an email I’m associated with

Tropical_Willie's avatar

I’ve had more than 3 Gmail accounts.

~ ~ ~ ~ Can I have your savings account number ? ? ? J.K.

Same thing you want.

Darth_Algar's avatar

Maybe just register a new one? It’s not exactly a difficult or expensive process.

SergeantQueen's avatar

BTW, maybe double check the requirement of needing a phone number. I have no access to a real number and I made a new email without one—not even a fake one.

(I have 6+ emails and all but one are registered with either a fake number or no number at all.)

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CWOTUS's avatar

@Hawaii_Jake and I don’t always see eye-to-eye on things, but when he’s right, he’s spot on. And he’s spot on here.

janbb's avatar

^^ Well, some good came out of this question!

Mimishu1995's avatar

How about just finding a VPN to hide your IP address?

But I’m pretty sure people there will recognize you if you continue to do the same thing that got you banned twice. And no one likes someone who violates the rules either.

johnpowell's avatar

You can leave the phone number field blank. I actually just did this a few hours ago.

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