Saturday, August 10, 2013

Wanna STOP Receiving the Washington Post Shopping Guide in the Mail????

Save a tree...or at least a part of one!  To stop receiving the Washington Post Shopping Guide that you likely receive in the mail a couple of times a week, call Wanna STOP receiving the Washington Post Shopping Guide? Call 202 334-7730.  Leave your address, apartment number and zip code and you’ll be taken off the Post Plus Mailing List.
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  2. I would like to stop seeing the little shopping paper on my doorstep. I live in a large apartment complex, I have never subscribed to the newspaper during the time I have lived here, but once a week I get the shopper paper on my doorstep, when there are a total of 6 apartments in the building. Why am I the only one who receives these, and NOBODY else does??? I have my own favorite places to shop, and I don't want or need a newspaper supplement to guide me. I have complained directly to the newspaper and directly to the people who call on the phone several times a week to get me to sign up for these papers, but get them anyway and they will not stop coming. They also come in my mail box. I don't need advertisements, all I do is throw them in the trach, because we do not recycle here!!!!!!!!!!

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