by Melissa Brunner
It seems the majority of mail (the hold in your hand paper kind) that I get these days falls into two categories - bills or junk mail. I guess that's not all bad. I mean, it's exciting to find SOMETHING in the mailbox and, without the junk mail, I'd often peer into an empty space.
But it also can be an annoyance. So if you're looking to trash the junk mail - and maybe save a few trees - a U.S. News and World Report article posted on Yahoo! today has some advice. One almost too obvious suggestion is to tell companies with whom you have a relationship to stop sending stuff to you. The article also mentions the site www.optoutprescreen.com where you can sign up to opt out of insurance and credit card offers.
Here's the link to the article for you to check out all their advice: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cut-junk-mail-half-144433690.html
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