Yesterday it was Redplum; today, it's ValPak: how to remove your address from the ValPak mailing list.

We have come to call it junk mail: the unsolicited coupons and advertisements that we receive in the mail.  Some people look forward to the arrival of said re-purposed trees so they can save money on things they don't need.  Others loathe the thought of having to sort through the mail to find the important stuff.  And some just see it all as a big waste.  I think that I am in the latter category!

Photo by: John Falcon

Yesterday's post directed you to the link to remove your address from the redplum mailings: the flyer-type advertisements that really muck up a mailbox.

The ValPak mailings, though a bit more organized, still contain a good amount of recycle-bin filler.  Here is the link to remove your address from the ValPak mailing list.

Nothing against these businesses trying to make a buck, mind you; I just want to give people information on how to opt-out of those mailings if they so choose.

(ValPak)