Junk Mail Cards Outdated

Guest Blogger – Tom

Due to ongoing and frequent changes in the Direct Marketing Association’s Mail Preference Service, DPPEA has decided to stop producing “Stop the Junk Mail Cards.” Any Junk Mail Cards that you may have are now out of date and contain erroneous information and should be recycled. Options still exist for the quantity of junk mail received. In lieu of junk mail cards, we recommend sending residents to the Direct Marketing Association’s Consumer Information Web site: www.dmachoice.org.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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