How to Reduce Your Mail to Almost Nothing & Reduce Spam & Unwanted Mail

Cox Cable it’s got to be one of the most persistent of spam mail companies. They’ve been following me around since I moved to Las Vegas, and even after making numerous complaints to corporate, will not stop sending pre-printed cards with my name on it that I get to shred in a cross-cut shredder. 

Other companies, that even though I’m not using them, like Las Vegas Athletic Center, keep sending me garbage as well I get to shred.

 It’s a triple us because it’s a waste of money for them and I don’t want it and it’s a pain in the you-know-where for me. 

I’ve been streamlining and going through all my paperwork and shredding every document that has my name and account number on it that I no longer need or want, or doesn’t serve any valid purpose.

So, as I opened up what seemed to be a hundred things from people I didn’t want, I searched this article and hope it helps you too.

Garbage cans in Las Vegas are full of far too many ads from stores people get rid of which just blow all over town.

I wish the store owners would realize that how much waste wa’s in their so called marketing. If they saw how many of their ads ended up in the trash, I don’t think they wouod print or mail as many.

Hopefully a few of the tips in this article will help you too, just as they’ve helped me.

You’ll be able to spend far more time doing something you want to do and less time shredding junk mail.

Written and compiled by Paulette Motzko.

Image from Pinterest.

February 2, 2017

4:30 p.m.

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