Make it easier to unsubscribe from mailers
I receive your mailers weekly and don’t use them and have no use for them. Is there a way I can opt out from them coming to my mailbox? Thank you, looking forward to hearing back.
I’m happy to receive emails but I would like to not receive any more junk mail thanks. It waste paper and I just throw it away
Do not mail(Edited by admin)
Your unwanted bags filled with unwanted paper is being thrown in my yard. This is littering! It needs to stop. I will call the police the next time someone throws this garage in my yard!
Stop sending junk mail(Edited by admin)
Here's an idea, stop filling my mailbox up full of clutter. It's a total waste of paper. Give me the option to opt out. Every time I see it, it just makes me think of all the trees that died. Kind of makes me despise your company.
Please stop delivering to me
Coupons paper stop putting in mail box
Yes, please. We receive these coupons in a teeny tiny PO Box for a nonprofit that will never use them. It takes up too much space in our PO Box and all of our volunteers receive the same mailer at home. Please post a way to unsubscribe
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Stop sending mailers to people that don’t want or need it
I’ve requested several times that RMN/Red Plum remove from advertising mailouts. All they do is fill up my mailbox and garbage can. Save a tree!!
We want to stop getting these mailers though they make very good firestarters!
AdminLizzie (Admin, RetailMeNot) commented
We are so sorry that this has been difficult for you. Thank you for letting us know.
If you haven't already, please fill out this form to unsubscribe: https://www.retailmenot.com/everyday/unsubscribe
Please keep in mind that it can take 5 to 6 weeks for the mailings to stop. This is because the advertising programs are prepared several weeks in advance.
Please also be aware that occasional postal delivery errors could result in you receiving these mailings intended for other mailboxes. If this occurs, we recommend contacting your local post office and requesting your postal carrier correct this error.
Again, we are sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for your comment! We hear you.