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A Quick Review of Our Favorite Do Not Mail Lists

Want to get the junk out of your mailbox so that you can start enjoying your mail again? Check out the filter in the right column.

Want to find a way to get yourself removed from all of those pesky junk mail lists that you receive by the handful every day? Well look no further, as Unjunkmail provides you with the three best ways to remove yourself from most major forms of junk mailing. Even better is that we will get you out of the three major categories, being bulk mail, catalogues, and credit card companies. Listed bellows are the sites, how they work, and why you should use them!
https://www.optoutprescreen.com/?rf=t
1) OptOut Prescreen- This is the site to go to if you want yourself removed from the four major mailers of the credit card companies. Equifax, Experian, Innovis, and TransUnion are the mailers responsible for sending you the numerous preapproved credit cards you receive by mail every year, and removing yourself from these companies’ lists is only a click away. The website listed above gives you three options – 1) Opt-In meaning that you will allow your name to be on the lists because you want to receive the offers these companies have 2) Opt-Out for a term of five years 3) Opt-Out permanently meaning that they will never mail you again. While this won’t remove you from every single credit card offer, it is important for you to sign up for this service if you don’t want these credit card offers. In a recent study, it was found that it has become increasingly popular for identity thefts to take place when someone takes the information about you, which these companies put into the preapproved credit card mail. Signing up for this service is easy, and it is also necessary to stop junk mail, and identity theft.
https://www.dmachoice.org/dma/member/home.action
2) DMA Choice – This site works in similar fashion to unjunkmail, in that it allows the consumer to select the mail they want, and the mail they don’t want. A recent movement has inspired some mailers to finally pay more attention to the wants of the consumers instead of the corporations. That is why in coming months you will most likely see a new directive on all fronts to ask the consumer what offers they want to receive. By signing up for this site you can greatly reduce the amount of unwanted junk mail you receive every day, and finally get the mail you want.
http://www.catalogchoice.org/
3) Catalogue Choice – This is another useful site, which allows you to opt out of receiving catalogues in the mail. Again this will not totally eliminate all the junk catalogues you receive, but it will certainly help. A cool aspect of this site is that it allows you to go green, and receive news via email, or to shop with some cool digital tools. Companies like this one are helping to make the consumer world easier, and more environmentally friendly, and this is something that we should all aspire to do as well. By the way this service is free so there is no reason not to sign up! Get the mail you want, and say goodbye to the mail you don’t.

The last step of unjunk mail’s filter connects you with the three best ways to eliminate the major sources of junk mail. We reviewed all the free Do Not Mail lists out there and selected the three most effective. Adding your name to these Do Not Mail lists will help reduce junk mail in three major categories: bulk mail, catalogs, and credit card companies. Listed below are the sites, how they work, and reasons to use them!

1) OptOut Prescreen-  Credit reporting agencies Equifax, Experian, Innovis, and TransUnion provide lists of names to the credit card companies who send out pre-approved offers and other mailings.  OptOut Prescreen let’s you take your name off these lists.

The website gives you three options – 1) Opt-In meaning that you will allow your name to be on the lists because you want to receive these companies’ offers  2) Opt-Out of the lists for a term of five years 3) Opt-Out permanently meaning that they will never mail you again.

Pre-approved offers have been linked to identity theft cases. So taking your name off these lists is a good defense to protecting your identity.

2) DMA Choice – This site works in similar fashion to unjunkmail.com, in that it allows the consumer to select the mail they want, and the mail they don’t want. A recent movement has inspired some mailers to finally pay more attention to the wants of the consumers instead of the corporations. That is why in coming months you will most likely see a new directive on all fronts to ask the consumer what offers they want to receive. By signing up for this site you can greatly reduce the amount of unwanted junk mail you receive every day, and finally get the mail you want.

DMA Choice is a service provided by the Direct Marketing Association to it’s members. The members of DMA are all direct mailers who send out junk mail by the loads.  By signing up for DMA Choice your name will be placed into a database that DMA members can use to dedupe their lists. Not all DMA members respect the Do Not Mail list – but many do. This is a good first step to reducing unwanted mail.

3) Catalogue Choice – This is another useful site, which allows you to opt out of receiving catalogues in the mail. Again this will not totally eliminate all the junk catalogues you receive, but it will certainly help. A cool aspect of this site is that it allows you to go green, and receive news via email, or to shop with some cool digital tools. Companies like this one are helping to make consumer life easier, and more environmentally friendly, and this is something that we should all aspire to do as well. By the way this service is free so there is no reason not to sign up! Get the mail you want, and say goodbye to the mail you don’t.

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