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An Easy Guide to Opt Out of the Garnet Hill Catalog

August 30, 2022

Garnet Hill is a fashion retailer that distributes catalogs to prospective customers. But, if you’re not in the market for womenswear, kidswear, accessories, or home decor, it can be frustrating to watch your mailbox fill with unnecessary mail.

If you are indeed on Garnet Hill’s mailing list, it’s likely you get their seasonal catalog, catalogs from third-party partners, as well as marketing mail about upcoming sales and discounts. 

Removing your details from catalog mailing lists can be a hassle, which is why we made this easy-to-follow guide to help you opt out of Garnet Hill junk mail once and for all. 

How can I cancel the Garnet Hill catalog?

Like most retailers, Garnet Hill now offers online access to their catalog. This means you can view their products digitally, easily reducing paper waste.

To unsubscribe from Garnet Hill, you have to speak to their customer service team directly, and there are a few ways you can do that:

  • Follow this link to access the customer service contact page on the Garnet Hill website to submit an email through an online contact form. 
  • Call the customer service team directly at 1-800-870-3513, Monday thru Friday.

Although Garnet Hill doesn’t give a time frame for a mailing list removal to be processed, typically customers can expect catalog subscription preferences to be updated within 6 weeks. Keep in mind, it means you could receive marketing in the meantime. 

What if I keep receiving catalogs from Garnet Hill?

If you’re still receiving Garnet Hill junk mail after 6 weeks, and you’ve completed an opt-out request, you still have a few options:

  • Send the mail back. If there’s a return address on the parcel, simply write “Refused: Return to Sender” and put it back in the mail.
  • Consider filing a formal complaint with Garnet Hill by contacting their customer service.
  • Take your security a step further and sign up with DMAchoice and CatalogChoice. These independent platforms help give you more control over junk mail. 

Also, don’t forget to read our guide to canceling catalogs. This includes step-by-step instructions on different ways to opt out of every catalog mailing list. 

How can I make sure I stay off Garnet Hill’s mailing list?

First things first, make sure you never consent to any marketing mail when or if you interact with Garnet Hill or their partners in the future. On top of that, if you really want to reduce the amount of junk mail you receive, it’s more important to take full control of your online security. 

Data brokers are usually to blame for your personal information ending up on mailing lists that you never even signed up for. 

These companies gather sensitive information online and sell it to the highest bidder, usually for marketing purposes. These transactions, though legal, can lead to increased amounts of junk mail, spam texts, and even spam calls

Removing your information from data-broker sites is possible, but it certainly isn’t easy. That’s why a data broker removal service like DeleteMe might be the best solution. We’ve helped millions of customers remove their personal information and stop junk mail in its tracks. 
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