Reducing or Eliminating Junk Postal Mail, Junk E-Mail, Unsolicited Phone Calls, Opt-Out

10 March 2008

Effective Living

Effective Living

Summary. Unsolicited postal mail, e-mail, and phone calls are a costly and time consuming nuisance. There are several ways to help reduce and eliminate them.

Resources. The following resources are available to help reduce unwanted solitications. The Federal Trade Commission – Privacy Website, includes information on how to opt-out of various lists. Here is a quick list of the resources provided on their lengthy and complicated website.

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About Gregory Johnson

Greg Johnson is a freelance writer in Iowa City and also the founder and Director of the ResourcesForLife.com website. He also manages IowaCityWebDesignArtist.com and many other topic specific websites.

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