Stop Junk Mail and Save a Tree
By: Jenn Lingle
Millions of trees are cut down every year and turned into paper for junk mail—not to mention the energy used to process, print, and deliver it all.
Do your part to stem the flow by calling companies that send you unwanted catalogs and ask them to stop.
Next, go to the Direct Marketing Association website to remove your name from mass marketing mailing lists for five years.
Finally, you can opt-out of preapproved credit offers for two years at the Consumer Credit Reporting Industry website.
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