I received this email from Elizabeth about ATT. It’s a good question- I receive at least 1 junk mail from ATT a week, although they never come to my house.
‘Hi, I would like some advice on how to attack a problem in getting junk mail from AT&T regarding U-verse. I receive weekly items from them, each time in a different format/envelope, each extolling the virtues of U-verse. Fine & dandy but I’m not getting the service now. If they do this to everyone they’re wasting an amazing amount of paper/trees. They come to my door every other week and i mention this to them and one even said, ‘yes, folks joke that we just kill trees’. I am not a tree-hugger, per se, but this bothers me as I do try to do my best to recycle and reuse things. Who could I contact that may assist me, is there a green organization or group of some sort, with enough pull to make a difference? or must i just toss it all in the recycle bin and forget about it.’
To Opt Out: From ATT WebSite:
- Contact Information to address concerns- clicked on contact us- NO PHONE NUMBER. -but buried in text is a list of phone numbers –Contact
- If you have questions or concerns regarding this policy, you should first contact us via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not receive acknowledgment of your inquiry or your inquiry is not satisfactorily addressed, you should then contact TRUSTe through the TRUSTe Watchdog Dispute Resolution Process and TRUSTe will serve as a liaison to resolve your concerns. You may also contact BBBOnLine at www.bbbonLine.org.
Not quite good enough- to get rid of ATT Junk Mail and people coming to your house!
- If you are in California- Here is the Attorney General Complaint form
- For A List of Companies and ways to deal with Junk Mail – Go to the Junk Mail Category