One of the most annoying things nowadays is junk mail. You know it, you’ve received it and honestly, you don’t want to have anything to do with it.
Yet junk mails are like pest infestations. They infest your mailbox to the point that they’re overflowing. Not only are those people who send out junk mail contributing to environmental waste, they’re a waste of time.
There are many websites out there that offer tips on how to stop junk mail. The most straightforward I found was from Obviously.com. I also came across websites that charge money to help you stop junk mail – some would do it themselves, others provide kits. It’s totally up to you if you want to give these sites a try. I’ve done it on my own. Honestly, it does eat up a chunk of your time, but I think it’s worth it. The time I’ll spend making the calls and doing what I can to stop the junk mail is nothing compared to the headache of dealing with junk mail on a day-to-day basis. The last time I did it, it took me 2 hours only because I even wrote letters to mail out (say, to the Direct Marketing Association, etc.). But that’s me.
However you decide to deal with your junk mail is up to you. Just consider putting an end to this madness. Maybe the senders of unsolicited mail will realize they’re wasting their own time too.