⭐Bonus Content ⭐
Gmail has a trick that lets you create as many fake accounts as you want!
To explain this a bit better, let's consider my main account (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be Superman. You know how when Superman puts on his glasses, he becomes Clark Kent and for some reason nobody can recognize him? Now imagine I put some glasses on email@example.com. Here's how it works.
If I wanted to sign up for Netflix's 30 day free trial, I would simply disguise my main Gmail account by adding a plus sign ("+") followed by any word I want.
For example: firstname.lastname@example.org could become email@example.com, or even firstname.lastname@example.org (the word doesn't matter, it's only for you to identify it better).
In the same way that Superman, with or without glasses, is still Superman: both prithvi+netflix@.., or prithvi+iscool@.. are still email@example.com, all that changed are the glasses. In other words, though Netflix might think that firstname.lastname@example.org is a new user, Gmail knows it's still you - so you'll still receive all the emails for that "new" account, in your main inbox (in this case, email@example.com). This way, you won't have to actually create a new account, as much as simply use the + sign to your advantage!