How do I stop getting junk snail mail from AARP?

In this article, we will walk through the steps to stop getting junk mail from AARP.

AARP is an organization focusing on issues affecting those over the age of fifty. AARP sends physical mail with information about membership offers and the benefits of being an AARP member.

Here are the step to opt out of AARP's mailers:
1. Call AARP at 1-888-687-2277.
2. Select the option for a representative. If you don't hear an option for talking with representative, try dialing 0.
3. When you reach the representative, say, "I woud like to opt out of all marketing mail from AARP".
4. You will need to provide your full name and address to the representative.
5. The representative will complete the request, and mention you might receive mail for the next few weeks until the request is fully complete.

After following the steps above, you should stop receiving AARP's mailers. Sometimes companies take a month or two to process requests like these, but after that you should not receive more mail. If you are still receiving mail, give AARP another call to verify the request was completed on their end.

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