Even More Easy steps to the Junk Mail Diet

Even More Easy steps to the Junk Mail Diet

5.  Charities: If you contribute once a year to a charitable organization, ask them to send you only one donation request per year. The American Institute on Philanthropy offers a sample letter that you can send to charities and other organizations to reduce mail and phone solicitations that request donations.

6.  Contests: Watch out for contests and free offers. Their purpose is often to obtain your name for mailing lists or to sell you something.

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Cherie DeAngelis

Cherie DeAngelis is a mom of two, an all-round green gabber, and Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Celadon Road, Inc.

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