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stevemb

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Too much information flying around when there are too many low lifes hunting it. AARP amongst many others keep my mail box full'o'crap. Brown envelope that some idiot decided to mark right on the front,"cards enclosed". Envelope slit part way open. Googled address, made call, take me outta your dad blamed 'puter, I NEVER asked for anything from you goofs ! Sigh, deep breath. Wish that 480 would arrive..need therapy of the ballistic kind.
 

RonT

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I just stuffed all the junk back in the "Postage Paid" envelope and send it back to the AARP. I think they got the message since I haven't received any more from them in quite some time.
 

Mtneer

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RonT said:
I just stuffed all the junk back in the "Postage Paid" envelope and send it back to the AARP. I think they got the message since I haven't received any more from them in quite some time.

Yep, I did the same thing. So did my wife. In our cases though, it took a while for the stupid aarp to get the messages - we had to send that crap back in their SAPP envelopes several times. Eventually, we had to include letters asking them to "please keep sending these invitations to join your putrid organization, because it does our hearts good to know your members are paying the postage both ways." It's probably been 3 or 4 years since either my wife or I have received anything from the aarp. :D
 

coach

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Their stuff fills up my recycling bin, but maybe I should mail it back.
At least they don't call and interrupt me all day.
 

tinman

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RonT said:
I just stuffed all the junk back in the "Postage Paid" envelope and send it back to the AARP. I think they got the message since I haven't received any more from them in quite some time.

I used to do that till a friend told me what he does. He fills a small(ish) box with rocks, takes the prepaid return portion and attaches it to said box......... :roll:
 

RKB

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I used to get requests to join/contribute to PETA. I would stuff their reply envelope with coupons for hot dogs, pizzas, any meat products, plus grocery ads for meats. They got the hint after a few months.
 

blume357

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So, what about the NRA... as a member I wonder if I could request 'our' mail budget?
 

Dan in MI

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AARP gets their stuff back in their prepaid envelope.

Peta used to get their stuff plus a chunk of flat steel in their prepaid envelopes.
 

Big Old Boy

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FYI: you can tell the NRA you only want your magazine and renewal that will take you off the mailing list, I did long ago.
 

turd

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I haven't gotten anything from AARP in about ten years now. I used to return their stuff in their prepaid envelopes with a message that as soon as they changed their stand on handguns I would sign up. Took a few returns for them to take note, but that was the end of it.

I'm sure they probably have me on some list. :mrgreen:
 

Pat-inCO

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RonT said:
I just stuffed all the junk back in the "Postage Paid" envelope and send it back to the AARP. I think they got the message since I haven't received any more from them in quite some time.
I do that for the first few times. If they have not taken me off their list
after that I go to the old paper-back books I want to get rid of, with their
post paid envelope taped to the top. Never got to needing the bricks. :roll:
 

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