From televangelists to missions agencies to … you name it! Once you get on an organization’s mailing list it can be really difficult to get your name removed. You tried not making a donation for five years and that didn’t work. You moved three times, but they kept finding you. Finally you faked your own death; but the magazines, heartwarming stories, devotional booklets, calendars, free books, etc., etc., etc., just kept coming.
Furthermore, any donation you ever made to the organization’s true mission work has now been totally undermined by the cost of all the materials they’ve sent you since. Even if you make it really clear that, “This is a one-time gift;” or make it conditional, as in, “I’ll make a single donation if you promise not to add me to a solicitation list;” it doesn’t matter. Once they have your name…
So here, as a public service we present:
How to get your name removed from an organization’s mailing list.
Step One: First of all, the most important thing to remember is … oh, forget it, we don’t know either.
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