Corgi is one of those junk mail offenders that sends junk mail to generic addressees. Worse, its envelopes used to claim that its mailings were important information. After a complaint to the ASA at least the envelope no longer features misleading claims.
Diary of a junk mail campaigner
On 1 November 2011 the Environment Secretary talked about the Door-Drop Preference Service on 5 Live. Here's a transcript…
I'm still trying to get DEFRA to tell the public when the Door-Drop Preference Service will finally be launched. Meanwhile, I've stumbled upon a response from DEFRA to a Freedom of Information request which suggests the opt-out website might be just around the corner.
The Representation of the People Regulations have been updated. The edited register has been renamed the open register, and local electoral registration offices now need to provide the public with statutory
propaganda information about the sale of voters' personal data.
After nearly year of trying to get over my obsession with junk mail I've finally cracked. I'm back!
The Daily Mail has learned that from next year Royal Mail will enable junk mailers to track when their adverts hit your doormat.
I've decided to call it a day.
Royal Mail's chief executive, Moya Greene, explains why Royal Mail won't respect 'No Junk Mail' signs.
To make the Guide to Stamping Out Junk Mail a little more digestible I've made a Moving Pictures Guide to Stamping Out Junk Mail.
A master-class for aspiring marketeers who want to make sure that everybody opts in to receiving adverts.