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23 January, 2006

Less junk for Lancaster, please

I returned from work this evening to find a postcard from the Lancaster Recycling Forum (which I presume is a City Council project), inviting me to register with the Direct Marketing Association's Mailing Preference Service, and thereby opt out from 95% of UK mailing lists.  The Recycling Forum takes the view that junk mail is a waste of paper rather than simply ****ing annoying, but it's great to see a proactive, citywide, stance taken against the direct marketing industry.

Needless to say, I'm already registered with the MPS, and have been for years. I'd encourage others to do the same, via the link provided above. The DMA enables one to opt out of fax and phone marketing, too.


Brilliant :-D Thanks!

(I particularly liked being able to register more than one surname, seeing as how I've started getting junk mail for Siobhan as well as Graham)

Posted by Siobhan Curran at January 23, 2006 08:43 PM
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