Crate & Barrel is a home decor retailer that, like other companies, frequently shares new products and special offers with their mailing list.
But, if you’re not interested in buying furniture or homewares from Crate & Barrel, then receiving these fliers and catalogs is going to feel a lot like getting junk mail.
Thankfully, the company provides a user-friendly form you can use to request a removal from their mailing list and end their junk mail once and for all.
The kind of mail Crate & Barrel sends
If you’re a Crate & Barrel customer, the company will send you account information, as well as offers and sales, to your mailing address.
Reportedly, they also send new catalogs in mailings almost every two months, which feature all of the retailer’s latest inventory.
How to Cancel the Crate & Barrel catalog
Since the full inventory is actually provided by Crate & Barrel online, where you can even browse the catalogs, there is every reason to unsubscribe from their mailing list.
If you’d like to opt out of the Crate & Barrel catalog, simply complete their Opt-Out Request.
The form will ask you to enter some personal information to put a stop to the direct mail, and you can also update your phone and email preferences as well.
While Crate & Barrel doesn’t provide a timeframe for the catalog opt out to go into effect, in our experience this process usually takes 4 to 6 weeks.
Keep in mind, you could still receive marketing mail from Crate & Barrel in the meantime.
What to do if you keep receiving Crate & Barrel catalogs
If you still receive the Crate & Barrel catalog after 6 weeks, even after you’ve opted out, there’s some steps you can take.
- If the junk mail has a return address, write “Refused: Return to Sender” on the front and put it back in the mail.
- File a formal complaint with Crate & Barrel by contacting the customer service team. Call them at 1-800-967-6696, or you can utilize their live chat option.
- Third-party services can also help:
- CatalogChoice is a database you can use to opt out of thousands of catalogs.
- DMAchoice has a paid subscription that manages junk mail sent to you.
For additional information, read our guide for the different ways you can opt out of catalogs.
How to stay off the Crate & Barrel mailing list
Be aware that you often consent to marketing mail when making purchases or signing up for services. Take care when or if you deal with Crate & Barrel in the future.
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That’s why removing yourself from data-broker sites, and keeping yourself off, is the only effective way to reduce junk mail, as well as robocalls and spam texts, once and for all.
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