It’s annoying to have a bunch of useless catalogs cramming up your inbox, and they waste a lot of paper too. Now there’s a new, free, site that will get you off all the catalog mailing lists. It’s called Catalog Choice, an initiative endorsed by the the National Wildlife Federation and the Natural Resources Defense Council. Just sign up, fill in your address, and the customer number printed on the catalogs’ address label. The site’s staff then take care of contacting the catalog senders and getting off their mailing lists. Pretty much the easiest, fastest, and cheapest way to get rid of unwanted catalogs that we’ve ever heard of.
Get Off Catalog Lists For Free
By consumerist.com November 16, 2007
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