Reduce Junk Mail and Organize Paper

Paper and junk mail can take over our lives and our counter tops. Here are a few of my favorite resources to help minimize the noise and clutter from junk mail and unwanted paper.

Provides a place where people can obtain and share useful information in a concise, easy-to-use format.
Eliminate the approximately 41 pounds of junk mail the average adult receives each year.
Control the catalogs, coupons, credit offers, phone books, fliers, circulars, newsletters, and other unsolicited mail you receive.
Manage mail solicitation preferences via the Direct Marketing Association and help control the number of commercial emails you receive.
Prevent telemarketers from contacting you by phone by signing up with the National Do Not Call Registry.
Official consumer credit reporting industry website to opt out of credit card and insurance solicitations.
Automates mail list removals from catalog companies, magazines, non-profits and credit card solicitations.
Helps consumers conveniently opt-out of printed yellow pages delivery.

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