Are PVAs worth it?

I don't normally buy them but I can't find a provider any more of regular non-PVA Yahoo accounts. Cheapest rate I've found for PVA accounts is $100 per 1000. Is it worth it just for SER, or a waste of money if they'll just get blacklisted instantly?

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  • Mike_RossMike_Ross Arizona, USA
    Just going to waste money. 

    there are cheaper vendors in fiverr. type it and search. they change / remove / ban fiverr with often.

    btw why not to use another mail provider with spam enable or catchall nywy catchall not good for web 2.0. 
  • shaunshaun http://shaunmarrs.com/ - The Ultimate Resource For Free GSA Tool Tutorials!
    I have moved away from mass link output recently to as many unique domains as possible. I put up a bunch of projects split between catch-alls, traditional emails and PVA traditional emails.

    The traditional emails defo get more unique domains than catch-alls but the batches between regular and PVA were almost identical link counts to each other so I use regular emails rather than the PVAs.

    I used to use 247accs.com for them in the past but from what I can tell they have removed non PVAs now. More recently I have been getting them from Fiverr but like Mike said above their gigs get deleted often.
  • I bought a load of non PVA yahoos from user 'emailwizard' on fiverr ages ago and they're still working. He looks to still be offering services.

  • shaunshaun http://shaunmarrs.com/ - The Ultimate Resource For Free GSA Tool Tutorials!
    I think thats who I use. Pretty sure he has a green alien in his gig display pics. The name defo rings a bell from somewhere.
  • Caroline12Caroline12 North America
    shaun

    Nice case study :)

    so right away you are using catchall or leading email providers? (mean yahoo etc) 

    soulution like seo partans more hassle free. but lately i decided to buy my junk testing mails for catchalls (which i used to build pbs penalized) 
  • shaunshaun http://shaunmarrs.com/ - The Ultimate Resource For Free GSA Tool Tutorials!
    I use both. If I am going for high unique domain counts I use regular emails as they outperform catch-alls but if I want speed and link volume then I go for catch-alls as they are cheaper than traditional emails.
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