There is more postal Junk Mail than ever. Putting a Stop to junk mail is harder than ever before, and it shows every sign of increasing even further.
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In 2005, Royal Mail delivered 3,300,000,000 pieces of unaddressed junk . That’s 12.1% higher than in 2004. This year looks set to be worse yet. Until recently, the Royal Mail had a code of conduct which meant they delivered a maximum of pieces of unaddressed junk mail per week to each household. In August 2006, Royal Mail abandoned those guidelines, and will now deliver as much junk as it gets paid for – unless you demand that they stop junk mail.
Postwatch, the national watchdog for postal services, recognises the level of public concern at junk and is putting pressure on Royal Mail to make the opting out process easier, clearer, and more comprehensive.
However there is an amazing new guide to stopping junk mail that will help you stop junk mail.