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Five Simple Steps to Less JUNK MAIL

1. Contact us to receive a free JUNK MAIL REDUCTION KIT.

Fill out and send in the postcards in the kit to stop the address card that goes with unaddressed bundles of mail.  If you continue receiving the fliers without the address card after your request has been processed, contact your local post office and tell them that you are receiving unaddressed mail after having specifically requested to be taken off the lists.

Click here to sign up to receive a junk mail reduction kit.

2.  Stop Credit Card Offers.

You can request to be taken off the mailing list of the four major credit reporting companies (Equifax, Experian, Innovis, and Trans Union) by calling the Credit Reporting Industry Prescreening Opt Out number: (888) 5-OPTOUT


3.  Recycle all junk mail you receive!

4.  Don’t let junk mail creep back into your mailbox! 

Be careful about giving out your name and address.  Joining store membership programs, entering contests, or sending in surveys and warranty cards can all cause your name to end up on mailing lists.

5.  Get rid of other junk.

Junk phone calls: Register your phone numbers on the Federal Trade Commission's Do Not Call Registry by signing up online at donotcall.gov or by calling 888-382-1222 (TTY 866-290-4236) from the number you want to register.

Unwanted emails: Register your email address with a service sponsored by the DMA that will take your address off of consumer email lists.  Visit www.dmaconsumers.org to learn more and register. Take time to set your spam filters to weed out unwanted emails.