We all love getting mail, but after a while, the stack of credit cards aps and other junk mail gets less and less exciting. But not only does the excitement wear off, but all that junk mail that we never open adds up. The average American receives about 500 pieces of junk mail every year, or about 41 pounds of paper. This is the equivalent of about one and a half trees. But there's hope: you can enroll to get your name taken off of those lists. Now you can save both trees and time by stopping the junk.
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