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Make America Great Again Mailing List Removal 

April 2, 2024

This guide will walk you through the Make America Great Again mailing list removal process. 

MAGA is an American super political action committee (PAC) that supports former president Donald Trump. 

If you’re on MAGA’s mailing list but no longer want to get mail (physical or email) from them, follow the steps below. 

How to Unsubscribe from the MAGA Mailing List

When you get physical MAGA mail, look for a contact number somewhere in the letter or on the promotional flier. 

Once you’ve found it, call it and ask to be taken off the mailing list. 

You can also communicate your request through the “Contact Us” link on MAGA Inc.’s site. Be sure to include your physical mailing address in your request to have it removed from the list.

MAGA Inc. should also provide opt-out information on their privacy policy. Unfortunately, as you can see from a screenshot of their policy below, they seem to have forgotten to include their contact information.

Make America Great Again privacy policy - marketing and promotional communications

Depending on where you live, you might also be able to quote the law to request removal from MAGA Inc.’s mailing list. 

However, the same thing applies here as before: The privacy policy is missing information on how to actually contact MAGA Inc. 

Make America Great Again privacy policy - your California privacy rights

Therefore, your best bet is to contact the super PAC through the contact form on MAGA’s site. 

Something to note: The privacy policy says that opting out might not be immediate, so be aware that you may continue to receive mail for a time after completing the opt-out process. 

What to Do If You Keep Receiving MAGA Mail 

If you continue to receive physical MAGA mail for some time after submitting your opt-out request, you can write “Refused: Return to sender” on the front of any unwanted and unopened mail from MAGA with a return address and put it back in the mail.

You can also vote early, which will help your vote get recorded and increase the chances that your name will get removed from the mailing list. 

It costs money for the MAGA campaign to send physical mail out, so when they’re able to verify that you’ve already voted, you’re no longer part of the campaign’s focus. 

Keep in mind, though, that there is usually a delay between when you’ve voted and when the county voter list is updated. 

How to Unsubscribe from the MAGA Email List

Fortunately, it’s easier to unsubscribe from the MAGA email list. 

You can do so directly in your inbox by opening a MAGA email and clicking on the “Unsubscribe” link at the top of the email beside the sender’s name or at the bottom of the email. 

If, for whatever reason, you’re not able to unsubscribe using this method, you can also move any incoming MAGA emails to the junk folder, set up a filter to do so automatically or block the email address entirely. 

How to Stay Off the MAGA Mailing List for Good

It can be frustrating to find yourself on mailing lists again and again, especially if you’ve never signed up for them or dealt with a particular organization before. 

One way it happens is through data brokers. These are companies that collect and sell your personal information for a minimal fee. All that MAGA —or any other political, business, or individual entity—has to do is purchase your profile to obtain your mailing address.

Since the information brokers sell is considered public, neither data brokers nor the people, organizations, and/or groups buying from them are seen as doing anything illegal – although it can feel like a violation of privacy when you start getting increased robocalls, spam texts, and junk mail. 

Fortunately, you can remove yourself from data broker databases by submitting an opt-out request. 

Be aware, however, that you will need to submit an opt-out request to every broker with a profile on you. 

Additionally, you will need to repeat the process whenever a data broker finds more information about you, as this will cause your profile to reactivate. On top of that, data brokers tend to get their information from one another, meaning that once your profile is reactivated on one data broker, it will likely reactivate on multiple sites. 

As an alternative, you can subscribe to a data broker removal service such as DeleteMe to handle the process of opting out of data brokers for you. Doing so will help ensure that your mailing address – and all your other personal data – is not sold to entities like MAGA or anyone else. 

Laura Martisiute is DeleteMe’s content marketing specialist. Her job is to help DeleteMe communicate vital privacy information to the people that need it. Since joining DeleteMe in 2020, Laura h…

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