Are you drowning in junk mails otherwise known as spam mails? Oh, I can sincerely empathize, as I did have my own share of spam mails too. I still have those days actually, but they are already not as rampant as it used to.
Back to those days, I would cringe on the thought of spending my time shredding and managing all the paper trash to be recycled. It was a total waste of time and energy, not just on my part but also for the local sanitation man picking up my garbage. Add to that the destruction of trees and the carbon footprint that is perused in getting these unwanted mails to my mailbox.
As of late, it is nice to note that every single individual can now opt in to a no mail list. Finally, someone heard the prayers of many. The seemingly endless parade of spam mails being delivered every single day can possibly become a thing of the past.
Now, let me ask you, did you ever think that stopping junk mail from getting its way into your mailbox was going to be possible ever? If I answered this question ten years ago, I’d be quick to say: “no.”
Thanks to online portals that offer opt out services for free. All one has to do is to sign up and consequently opt-out for free. Once you’ve identified and filtered the mailings that is not important to you, as long as you’re signed up, they will work on your behalf to opt you out from the mailings that you pre-identified. Better yet, you can get your name unlisted from existing marketing lists. This will ensure that total control of unsolicited mails is in place.
Bring back that excitement in opening your mailbox, knowing that spam mails are no longer the primary content. Receiving dramatically lessened amount of junk mails will definitely help put back your life in order. These are clutters, and they are threat to that much coveted privacy. It’s time to do your share in saving the planet by saving trees.
I’m glad I already did.