A lot of us use Big Tech’s “free” email.
And why not? It’s easy, convenient — and “free.”
Free is usually a good thing — but in the case of Big Tech, it’s not.
A wise man once said, “If you’re not paying for a product, then you are the product.”
That’s right — how do you think Big Tech pays for all the technology behind your email service?
Somehow they’re making money off you.
They’re making money by selling your data — or tracking your purchases — or targeting you for ads.
A lot of us conservatives are waking up to what Big Tech is really doing.
We’re waking up to these facts:
— Big Tech is making money off us with “free” email
— Big Tech is using that money to fight us in the political arena.
— Big Tech is using that money to push for a Communist world.
But not all of us can walk away.
After all, it’s hard to get away from “free.”
Not everyone can do it.
“ILJ” stands for “I Love Jesus” — it’s an inexpensive way to take your emails back from Big Tech.
It was started by a family that wanted to get away from Big Tech.
Here’s their story:
In 2018, with report after report coming out about companies stealing our privacy on the internet, it had become clear that there was a problem. After research we discovered the problem was much larger than we imagined.
In the name of convenience and free services, companies have slipped things in to their policies that allowed them to spy on our every move on the web. This information is being used in ways that continue to become more invasive by the day.
Surveillance such as this has far reaching implications beyond that of just advertising. This type of overreach can affect things such as availability to healthcare and even head in to the dark regions of religious persecution (as they have in other countries already).
We knew we didn’t have the ability to fix everything, but we could begin to expose what was going on through the platform we had been given. With our background in hosting and email, we had the ability to create a private email service to help those wanting to move away from the surveillance society that is being created on the internet today.
After a little more than a year of planning, working and reworking, scrapping and rebuilding, we finalized a great combination of services to offer and opened ILJ Mail.
We are really excited about what the future holds and look forward to at least the next 20 years working right along side you.
After the first month, it costs $3.99 per month.
We know not everyone can afford that — which is why Big Tech is growing in power. A lot of people need to use their “free” services out of economic necessity.
— 1 Private Email Address
— 10 GB (10,000 MB) Email Storage
— No Ads – No Tracking
— IMAP and POP Access
— Secure TLS/SSL Connections
— Webmail with Calendar and Contacts
— Spam and Virus Filtering
— Disposable Email Addresses
— Use your favorite email apps and programs such as Outlook.
Plus, you’ll escape Big Tech’s reach, and be back among fellow conservatives.
If you don’t like it, cancel before the month is over and there’s no charge.
If you do like it, you’ve found one way to take power back from Big Tech.