Friday, March 18, 2011

YOUR Postal Service wants you to have MORE Junk Mail

What do you expect from a postal service much more beholden to their employee unions than to their customers.

But the Postal Service has just relaxed its rules on what's called "simplified addressing."

That means direct mail marketers don't have to buy a mailing list, they can blanket an entire delivery route without needing a name or even addresses.

All the address label needs is "postal customer."

That means there's no central database consumers can go to to opt out of junk mail.