Cut off catalogs

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Do you shop online? More than likely, if you’re even reading this, you’re somebody who has made purchases on the Internet, and you’ll probaby continue doing so. And, if you’ve ever shopped at all, I’m sure you’re in the same situation I’m in: you check your mail every day, only to find the box stuffed with catalogs from department stores, local merchants and specialty shops (I’m looking at you Victoria’s Secret).

Well, my sister’s outfit has teamed up with the National Resources Defense Council to start Catalog Choice. I’ll let Consumerist tell you more about it:

Just sign up, fill in your address, and the customer number printed on the catalogs’ address label. The site’s staff then take care of contacting the catalog senders and getting off their mailing lists. Pretty much the easiest, fastest, and cheapest way to get rid of unwanted catalogs that we’ve ever heard of.

Registration at the site is free,  and the process couldn’t be simpler. So, if you’re tired of getting unwanted catalogs (or just want to help out the environment a little bit) then go check it out.