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Junk Mail Reduction

Tired of coming home to a mailbox stuffed with unwanted flyers, catalogs, credit card offers and coupons?  There’s something you can do about it!  (And don't forget to recycle all that unwanted junk mail!)

junkMailVisit the websites below to have your name removed from a particular mailing list. Simply go to the company's website below, fill out the online form and then click submit!

Valassis Mailing Service
(to stop unwanted RedPlum coupon offers)

Cox Target Media
(to stop unwanted Valpak coupon offers)

Opt-Out Prescreen
(to stop unwanted credit card/insurance offers)

To stop unwanted PennySaver catalogs, call (800) 422-4116, or write to*:

Harte-Hanks Shoppers
Attn: Consumer Preferences
2830 Orbiter Street
Brea, CA 92821

To remove your name from the Mail Preference Service's mailing list, write to*:

Mail Preference Services
Direct Marketing Association
P.O. Box 643
Carmel, NY 10512

(Note: A $1 check or money order must be included with your submission).

* When writing to a company to have your information removed from their mailing list, be sure to include your name (and any variation of your name), your address(es), your signature, and the date.

FACT:  It takes 17 trees to make one ton of paper, which means nearly 100 million trees get used for junk mail every year in the US!  

Recycling junk mail is great, but not getting it at all is even better!

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