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Stop Junk Mail. Sign Up To Stop Catalogs, Magazines, Direct mail or other unwanted and unneeded junk mail coming via the post office.

 

Stop the following Junk Mail, Catalogs, Direct Marketing

 

Go to The Stop The Junk Mail  service which allows users to selectively remove themselves from retail catalog mailing lists, magazine, direct mail and other unwanted and unneeded junk mail. yes"  Since a variety of catalogs bombard us at different times of the year with junk mail, users pay  for a one-year, unlimited use membership to stop junk mail.  The membership allows users to make unlimited site visits to stop junk mail and cancel catalog solicitations.

See the Junk Mail Blog and keep up with latest syndicated Junk Mail News Feed for information on stopthejunkmail.com

 

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Once one finishes selecting catalogs to stop and junk mail to stop, they proceed to "checkout" where basic credit card information is provided and a charge is assessed.  Subsequent visits are free for one year.

 

Ones privacy is paramount on the site while stopping junk mail.  Information is transmitted via secure server and credit card information is encrypted with 128-bit encryption software.  Credit card information is purged from our systems as soon as legally permissible.  User information necessary for repeat visits to stop junk mail is stored on our secure servers.  User information that stop junk mail on the site is neither sold nor distributed to any third party other than the catalog companies from which the user has requested mailing list removal or stopping junk mail. Stop The Junk

Once a user elects to stop a catalog, stop junk mail, or stop direct marketing, the purveyor is sent a legally drafted "Mailing List Removal Notice" pursuant to United States Code 39 U.S.C. �3008.  Also the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act went into affect in July 1st 2001. The company has 75 days to comply, after which, the user may re-access the site and generate a "Second Notice" to stop junk mail  Second notices to stop junk mail carry with them a higher penalty for failure to comply under the United States Post Office Prohibitory Notice regulations.  We expect virtually all catalog companies to comply with first notices to stop junk mail.  Given the penalties for improper solicitation, any failures that do occur will likely be due to clerical mistakes rather than mal-intent.

 

Below are list of Companies that are available to stop:

Stop Junk Mail for Advertising Flyers & Coupons:

Stop Junk Mail for Banks:

 

Stop Junk Mail for Computer/Computer Accessories:


Stop Junk Mail for Contests & Sweepstakes:


Stop Junk Mail for Direct Marketing Companies:


Stop Junk Mail for Fund Raising Organizations:


Stop Junk Mail for Mass Marketing Providers:


Stop Junk Mail For Magazine Rental Lists:


Stop Junk Mail for Catalogs starting with 0 through 9:

 

Stop Junk Mail for Catalogs starting with A through B:


Stop Junk Mail for Catalogs starting with C through H:


Stop Junk Mail for Catalogs starting with I through Q:


Stop Junk Mail for Catalogs starting with R through T:


Stop Junk Mail for Catalogs starting with U through Z:

 

 

 
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