Junk Mail

Junk Mail

  • National Mail: remove your name and address from most unwanted national mail lists by registering in one location. You can register on-line, free, at www.DirectMail.com/directory/mail_preference/, or www.directmail.com and search "Do Not Mail List".    
  • Call 888-5-OPTOUT (888-567-8688) to have your name removed from mailing lists and credit offers. Listen & follow the phone prompts.
  • Sweepstakes Notifications: If you do not wish to receive mail from Publisher’s Clearinghouse, call 800-645-9242. Contact other sweepstake companies directly.
  • Duplicate Subscriptions: if you are receiving multiple copies of magazines or catalogs, write to the organization and ask them to send you only one copy. Often, duplicate copies are sent due to mailing label variations.
  • Whenever you enter a contest, make a donation, order a product by mail, subscribe to a magazine, or send in a warranty card, your name may be placed on a mailing list and rented, sold or traded. To limit these mailing lists and reduce junk mail, write “please do not rent or sell my name” next to your name when signing up for anything.
  • Contact the companies directly and request that your name by taken off their mailing list.
  • Curbside Recycling Programs: most programs accept junk mail or mixed paper. Check the list at CURBSIDE RECYCLING Programs in this guide.
  • Drop-off Recycling Programs: most programs accept junk mail and mixed paper. Check the list at DROP-OFF RECYCLING Programs in this guide.

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