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article imageWebsite Helps You Say No to Junk Mail

By Bob Ewing
Jan 31, 2008 in Internet
Tired of checking your regular mail and seeing nothing but bills and junk mail, well the bills are yours but the junk mail does not have to be. A new website can help you reduce the flow of unwanted mail.
Are you tired of tossing those unwanted solicitation that regularly pop through the mailbox into the recycling bin or worse the garbage? Want it to stop?
Well if you are a Canadian and can access the Internet you can take a few simple steps that will reduce the flow of unwanted paper into your home.
The Red Dot Campaign was created to help reduce the amount of junk mail that Canadians receive.
From the website:
Canada Post uses red dots to flag households that have said NO to Junk Mail. The Red Dot Campaign reminds you of your choice to say “NO” to unwanted advertising.
There are 3 simple steps that you can take to stop the flow, 4, if you want to receive regular email updates about the campaign.
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