Reducing Junk Mail

Receive a lot of unsolicited junk mail? You can get your name removed from mailing lists!

PaperKarma® – PaperKarma® lets you take photos of the unwanted mail you want to stop. Snap a photo, and you’re done.

www.dmachoice.org – register with the Direct Marketing Association to be removed from mailing lists

www.OptOutPrescreen.com – the official Consumer Credit Reporting Industry website to opt-in or opt-out of firm offers of credit or insurance

www.catalogchoice.org  – Free service to opt out of catalogs, credit card offers, coupons, phone books.

www.41pounds.org – Environmentally-focused service to reduce junk mail. For a fee of $35, your junk mail will be reduced.

www.privacyrights.org – Read Fact Sheet #4 titled Junk Mail: How Did They All Get My Address? Be cautious when using the USPS Change of Address!

www.fightidentitytheft.com/junkmail.html – information on stopping junk mail and telemarketing.

Catalogs – Call the number on the catalog and ask to be removed from their mailing list. When you order from a catalog or online, ask that your name not be added to their mailing list.

1-888-5OPT-OUT  or 1-888-567-8688 – Call to opt-out of pre-approved credit card offers

 

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