There’s no way to stop all unwanted charity mail, but these tips can help:
- Discard appeals that don’t interest you.
- Write directly to charities whose mail you don’t want and ask them to delete your name from their mailing lists.
How do I stop a charity Mail UK?
Stop charity marketing mail
You can contact the Fundraising Preference Service if you want to stop getting marketing mail from a charity registered in England, Wales or Northern Ireland. They’ll tell them to remove your contact details within 28 days. The best way to do this is to register on their website.
Can the post office stop junk mail?
Opt-out of Unsafe Mail
The United States Postal Service won’t stop delivering junk mail. They tell us to contact each sender individually, but of course, that doesn’t work with “resident” junk mail. U.S. Citizens should not have to receive mail that is not specifically addressed to them.
How do I return junk mail?
There are two ways to return your junk mail to the sender. The first is to use a “refused: return to sender” stamp (or just write these exact words) on the envelope of your junk mail as soon as you get it. This will result in the post office sending the letter right back to the company that sent it.
Is there a do not email list?
The good news is there is a national “do not email” list where you can easily register your email address and reduce the number of unsolicited emails you receive. Unfortunately, there is currently nothing for email that is as legally enforceable or as broad in scope as the official Do Not Call list for telemarketers.