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QuickForget has been featured all over the place! A few of our mentions...

Lifehacker
"Sometimes, you need to send sensitive information—say, a password—over the internet, but don't want to use email. Free service QuickForget lets you store messages temporarily, so you can send sensitive information and have it delete itself once it's been seen..."
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MakeUseOf
"QuickForget is a great site to use, whether playfully or to actually send some messages, such as the latest tactic you thought of that you need to tell your teammates to successfully “pwn” everyone in your first person shooter. Enjoy using it, and remember to keep it secret."
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Netted by the Webbys
"Don’t tell anyone you heard it from us, but the rumor is that secrets secrets are no fun. It’s most likely because double-secrecy levels are reserved for businesses, governments and important personal information.

QuickForget makes a new link for each of your secrets that disappears either after the amount of views you designate or after the amount of time you think it needs to stay up. Once your message’s settings are locked in, QuickForget provides the link and explicitly spells out when your message will be lost forever in Pacific Standard Time..."
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Nevada Daily Mail
"Sometimes, you need to send sensitive information--say, a password--over the internet, but don't want to use email. Free service QuickForget lets you store messages temporarily, so you can send sensitive information and have it delete itself once it's been seen...."
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Tech Salsa
"The best way to transfer your secret message or information to anyone worldwide is by using a self destructing message that deletes itself automatically after either certain number of views or specified period of hours. I don’t think it can get easier and securer than this to send a secret message online..."
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Inquisitr
"There is information you may not entrust the recipient (yourself or other people) to immediately delete after reading. Of course, someone could easily take a screenshot of the screen and email it to themselves, but using QuickForget to send sensitive messages at least eliminates the issue of a forgotten saved email coming back to you..."
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Blograzzi
"In James Bond movies, 007 usually gets messages that self destruct after a couple of secs of opening them. Thanks to QuickForget.com, you also can send self-destructing messages including whatever sensitive important information to convey..."
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The Kim Komando Show
Try a service like QuickForget. It lets you create a secure, text-based message. You can send the message's Web link by email or another method. The recipient just has to click the link to read the message.
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Kim Komando, America's Digital Goddess

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