Stopping unsolicited credit card offers

Stopping unsolicited credit card offers

By Rajesh Setty on Sun 04 May 2008, 8:19 PM – 2 Comments

This is a public service announcement

Anyone with reasonably good credit will get a lot of unsolicited credit card offers in their mail. I am sure your mailboxes are filled with them. There is a simple way to stop them. You can stop accumulating junk and also do your small part by reducing waste.

You need to call the following number and ask them to register your name to opt-out of these offers.

Pre-screen & Opt-out Notice


Note: You have to register every name in the household separately.


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2 Comments so far, Add Yours

Venkk Sastry  on May 5th, 2008

Hello Raj

Thanks for sharing this.



kerri  on May 6th, 2008

I got sick to death of the unsolicited c/c requests I received in the mail each week. These companies like AMEX, CITYBANK buy your details from 3rd parties. Everybody told me just to chuck them in the bin, but they kept coming(about 3 a week). I then started mailing them back in their replied envelope asking them to remove me from the mailing list in big writing.

AMEX, CITYBANK were the hardest to stop. It took 3 goes & getting more abusive each time. I threatened to sue for intruision of privacy & they finally stopped.

This type of unsolicited fiancé should be stopped

If everyone in the world did this, I think they would stop

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