Junk mail, junk mail.
This is what I do when I get those annoying credit card applications!
I open them up and circle my name with a black magic marker. Then I write on it, “Please remove me from your list. Thank you.” Sometimes I just say, “Please remove.” Because who has time to write –me from your list, right?
I stuff everything back in their reply envelope, including all the little pieces of paper and the original envelope. Sometimes it’s so full, I have to use a tiny piece of tape. Darn it.
Some take me off their list. Others send me another application a few months later. That’s okay, I can play that game. I do it again.
Granted, I could always call and ask them to stop, but I have family that works at the U.S. Post Office, and everyone knows it’s not going to be around much longer. I’m trying to give them business as long as I can. And why should I spend my day time minutes on hold to ask someone to stop sending me something I didn’t ask for in the first place?
Besides, I’m not the one paying for that mail.
The credit card company pays.