How to Finally Cancel the Lands’ End Catalog

July 17, 2022

While some recipients might enjoy leafing through the Lands’ End clothing catalog they receive in the mail, the same can’t be said for all of them. 

If you want to unsubscribe and opt out from the Lands’ End mailing list to stop receiving any junk mail from them in the future, you’ve come to the right place. 

Luckily, the retailer offers a pretty straightforward method for opting out of marketing mail. Read on and find out how to also put an end to junk mail permanently.  

What types of junk mail you get from Lands’ End

Lands’ End offers seven different types of catalogs targeting various customer demographics, including womens and menswear, plus-size options, even home decor.

While new and established customers will receive purchase orders by mail, they also might notice fliers and brochures for promos and special offers piling up in their mailbox.  

How to cancel and unsubscribe from Lands’ End catalogs  

To cancel the Lands’ End catalog, you need to send the customer service team an email that includes your personal information to ​​websiteinquiry@landsend.com

Make sure to state your full name and mailing address, as well as the “C Number”—a number that can be found on the barcode on the catalog.  

How long it takes to stop receiving catalogs from Lands’ End

Lands’ End states explicitly that it can take between 2 and 4 weeks for a marketing opt-out request to be processed. 

That means you will probably continue to receive catalogs during that time, so try to be patient for the request to take full effect.

What to do if you keep getting catalogs from Lands’ End

If you’ve waited 4 weeks after opting out and are still receiving Lands’ End junk mail, the first thing you should try to do is send the mail back.

If there’s a return address on the catalog, or any other Lands’ End junk mail, write “Refused: Return to Sender” on it and put it back in the mail. 

For additional assurance, sign up with CatalogChoice and DMAchoice for further options to help opting out of unwanted marketing mail. 

If the junk mail persists, make a formal complaint to Lands’ End. You can call directly at 1-800-963-4816. Other methods of contact can be found here.

Be sure to check out our comprehensive guide to canceling catalogs, featuring step-by-step instructions on the different ways you can opt out of catalog mailing lists. 

How to stay off Lands’ End’s mailing list for good

First things first: make sure that you never consent to receive further marketing from Lands’ End or their partners (like Kohl’s) when or if you have contact with them at any point. 

But, keep in mind, even if you’re careful about providing consent to Lands’ End, or other companies, it might not be enough. The reason is, intermediaries called data brokers harvest and sell your information to sell to marketers without your knowledge. 

This is what ultimately leads to you receiving junk mail, spam texts, and robocalls

Removing your profile from data-broker sites is the only real effective way to reduce junk mail once and for all, and finally stop receiving unwanted retail catalogs. While it’s possible to take on this challenge by yourself, it takes a lot of time and effort. 

Alternatively, you could let DeleteMe help by opting out of data-broker sites for you. For only $10.75 a month, our expert privacy teams will complete opt-out processes on your behalf, and maintain strict monitoring to make sure the data brokers honor that privacy request. 
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