Contests and sweepstakes can be very enticing to enter, and once you do you realize you’ve been hooked into receiving other types of junk mail from these companies that now have your personal information.
With a few easy steps you can stop receiving sweepstakes notices and the other related information that may also be mailed out.
Publisher’s Clearing House
To be removed from their mailing list, send an email to email@example.com and include your name, address, city, state and zip code. You may also send your information via U.S. Mail to:
Christopher L. Irving Senior Director of Consumer & Privacy Affairs Publisher’s Clearing House 382 Channel Drive Port Washington, NY 11050
If you’ve ever entered any of the sweepstakes through www.rd.com you may have allowed Reader’s Digest to send you additional promotional items through email or postal mail. To opt out of receiving this information in the future, send your request to:
Reader’s Digest P.O. Box 50005 Prescott, AZ 86301-5005
Any time you provide your name, address, phone number and/or email address when you enter contests or sweepstakes, you open yourself up to unwanted mail or phone calls. Look over the entry form to see how they allow you to opt out of having your personal information shared with their affiliated partners.
And let us know if you’re the next big winner!