I am a little late with this, but not to worry, you can do this anytime, in fact I highly recommend it.
From Forest Ethics:
Well, it’s time to take a stand against the waste and annoyance of the junk mail industry. That’s right, the Return to Offender Day of Action is here!
Today, take that junk mail you’ve been collecting, write RETURN TO OFFENDER in bold letters on a postage-paid return envelope from one of our biggest offenders–Capital One, Bank of America, or American Express–and drop that junk back into the mail.
Want to share your action and find out what other folks are doing? Tell us about your action and upload a photo. Be sure and check back later to see what other supporters are up to.
By joining this day of action, you are strengthening the campaign to stop junk mail and protect Endangered Forests. In the coming months, we’ll be meeting directly with these biggest junk mail offenders. Keeping the pressure on Capital One, Bank of America, and American Express is an integral part of the strategy to shift the industry towards something greener and less annoying than junk mail.
Thank you for taking part. Together, we’ll make sure these companies get the message loud and clear.
Do Not Mail supporters across the country are sending junk mail back to the most annoying offenders–Capital One, Bank of America, and American Express. Will you join the Return to Offender Day of Action?
Just stuff your junk mail into a postage-paid envelope from the worst offenders, write “Return to Offender” on the envelope, and mail it back.
Then, tell us about your action!