Stop getting junk mail
Without a comprehensive Do Not Mail Registry, it is very difficult to remove your name from all junk mailers’ lists. The best option is to use the Catalog Choice opt-out tools to help you stop your junk mail:
Use Catalog Choice to most efficiently communicate with junk mailers. Many large junk mailers make it too difficult to opt-out via phone or email directly to them.
It could take 90 days before you see a reduction in your junk mail.
These resources are for households in the U.S. If you're in Canada, visit the Red Dot Campaign to help you cut down on junk mail. Note: in the past, we asked your help pushing the establishment of a national Do Not Mail Registry. That initiative is no longer active.