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Call pch customer service and tell them you'ld like to cancel the subscription. Their number should be somewhere on their website pch.com. Hope this helps
Here's an article I found. Personally, I called the credit cards privacy policies and canceled each one from selling my address. You must also be careful what charities you give your name and address to. Better to donate anonymously if you'd like to skip getting calendars and address labels to last you a lifetime. Be persistent, be kind, and just keep thinking of all the trees and other resources you're saving!
Also try this website. They have an opt-out guide!
The amount of paper junk mail sent each year in the USA is staggering -- some 4 million tons, nearly half of which is never opened. Even if you recycle there are still enormous environmental costs in terms of ink, energy to produce deliver and recycle the paper, recycling inefficiencies and loss of virgin forest to create the high quality glossy paper much junk mail uses. There is a lot you can do to reduce the cost to the environment and your own time:
* First class mail: Cross out the address and bar code, circle the first class postage and write "refused: return to sender". Drop in any mail box, it will be returned to the sender.
* Bulk mail: The post office throws away bulk mail it can't deliver, so returning it does no good. Bulk mail is the hardest to deal with because the USPS actively provides addresses, support and encouragement to mailers. However, if "address correction requested" is written on the label: circle "address correction requested" and treat like first class mail.
* Sexually Oriented Advertising (SOA):The only help you'll get from the Post Office in controlling junk mail is for explicit stuff. Fill out USPS forms 1500 if you wish this type of mail to stop. You define what you find to be explicit -- if that's an automobile parts catalog the post office won't disagree with you.
* Credit offers: The major credit agencies all sell aggregate credit information any bidder. Direct mail and credit companies generate mail based on demographics including zip code, income band and credit payment patterns. Stopping this is easy, you just need your address, former address within two years, and social security number. One call does it all for agencies Equifax, Trans Union, Experian and Innovis. Dial 1-888-5 OPT OUT (or 1-888-567-8688) 24 hours a day.
o Call the company's 800 number and have the label handy.
o Write your instructions on the mailing label and fax it to the company. Mark "ATTN: customer service".
o Tear off the label, write your instructions on it, and enclose in the postage-paid ordering envelope. Mark envelope "ATTN: customer service". This method is the least effective.
* AOL (America On-Line): You could pave the nation with the free discs these people send out, call 1-800-605-4297 (24 hours a day) to get off the list. Tell them your first name is "current", last name "resident".
* Publisher's Clearinghouse Sweepstakes: You can get the Clearinghouse to stop clogging your mailbox by contacting customer service at 1-800-645-9242 (8:30 am to 8:30 EST), sending a fax to 1-800-453-0272, mailing to 101 Channel Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050, or you can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. PCH will remove any number of names from a specific address, but you have to list each name exactly and insist nicely.
* American Family Sweepstakes: Ed McMahon and Dick Clark will stop telling you "You have definitely won 11 million dollars (maybe) " if you call them at 1-800-237-2400. AFP is a division of Time-Warner.
* Local business & supermarket fliers: All mailings must be identified, by postal regulations. Each lose-leaf bundle of fliers, by postal regulations, must be delivered at the same time as an address card. Locate this address card; the cards usually have an advertisement and a photograph of a missing child. Call directory assistance to get the phone number of the sender, and call to get off the list:
o ADVO (Mail comes with pictures of missing children). Call 1-860-285-6100 to get off the list. You may have to send a postcard to "ADVO Consumer Assistance, POB 249, Windsor CT 06095-4176".
o Val-Pak Coupons: click the link and fill out the form - easy, but don't give them your email address.
o Carol Wright Call 1-800-67-TARGET to get off the list.
o Your local newspaper & supermarket (look for a phone number on the piece).
Most senders are professional companies which will handle your request politely. "ADVO Mailbox Values" and "Harte Hanks Potpourri" are the most common of these mailers. Your local supermarket's monthly coupon books may be handled by these companies, so be sure to specify if you want to continue to receive those. Your letter carrier is accustomed to giving each house a bundle, so you may also need to inform him or her of your action separately. The post office is prohibited by law from delivering unaddressed mail, so you should have little trouble convincing the carrier.
* Too much junk to deal with individually: Start by sending a postcard or letter to Mail Preference Service, Direct Marketing Association, PO Box 643, Carmel, NY 15012-0643 Include your complete name, address, zip code and a request to "activate the preference service". For up to five years, this will stop mail from all member organizations that you have not specifically ordered products from.
The Direct Marketing Association estimates that listing with their mail preference service will stop 75% of all national mailings. They process 50,000 requests a month and requests are kept active for five years. If you fill out the post office change of address form, the DMA will track the new address (you'll get a few months of mailings to the new address before they catch up to you). It can take up to six months for your request to be fully processed. You can also opt-out online, but they charge $5. The best way is to fill out their online form, then mail them a printout.
Please let us take this opportunity to assist you with your concern. To view your account online or make payments with your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or Debit Card (bearing a Visa or MasterCard logo), just go to http://myaccount.pch.com. You will be presented with two options:
SIGN IN TO MY ACCOUNT
You will be prompted to enter your 11-digit Customer ID along with your ZIP Code. You may then view your open balances, total balance due, paid orders and cancelled items. Clicking on any one of the Order Numbers will give you a printable bill with detailed information. To make a payment, simply select the order(s) you wish to pay and click on the "Pay Now, Credit Card Payment" button at the bottom of the page.
VIEW ONE ORDER
You may also view individual orders by entering your 12-digit Order Number (without spaces or dashes) as well as your ZIP Code. You will be shown a printable bill with detailed information. To make a payment, click on the "Pay By Credit Card Now" button at the top of the page.
Your Customer ID or Order Number(s) may be located on a bill you have received.
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