How to Stop AAA Junk Mail

June 10, 2022

The American Automobile Alliance (AAA) is notorious when it comes to the amount of direct marketing it sends to prospective customers.

This can include emails, phone calls and of course, physical mail.

Fortunately, stopping AAA junk mail and removing yourself from its mailing list is quick and easy. What’s more, there are also a few simple steps you can take to ensure you don’t end up back on the AAA mailing list in the future.  

What type of junk mail does the AAA send?

AAA customers will usually receive communication from the company regarding their existing accounts and payments. 

However, AAA junk mail is when the company sends brochures and letters promoting products and services you don’t currently have. Or in other words, it’s when the company is trying to sell you something and usually ends up in the trash.

How to unsubscribe from AAA mailing list?  

AAA provide the following instructions on how to to opt out of its mailing list and telemarketing:

  • Through their website: 
    • 1. Go to the AAA opt out form
    • 2. Select which marketing service you want to be opted out of
    • 3. Select whether you are an AAA member or not and add your personal details.
aaa opt out webpage
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  • Phone:
    • There are a number of telephone numbers that you can reach the AAA on. Members can call here to discuss their account: 1-800-222-8794.
  • Email:
    • If you receive an email from the AAA, you should have the option to “unsubscribe” at the bottom of the email. 

How long does it take to stop receiving mail from AAA?

AAA marketing opt outs can take up to 6 weeks to process. This means that you might still receive solicitations from AAA within this time frame. 

What to do if I keep receiving marketing material from AAA after opting out?

Firstly, wait 6 weeks after opting out of AAA’s mailing list for the request to take effect. If you’re still receiving junk mail after 6 weeks, then follow these steps:  

  1. Send mail back to sender – AAA post tends to have a returning address on the back, so you can write Refused Return to Sender on the envelope and post it back
  1. Make a formal complaint to AAA by calling their customer service number or writing to the branch closest to you by mail

How can I ensure I stay off AAA’s mailing list after unsubscribing?

Firstly, you need to ensure you don’t consent to receiving marketing material whenever you interact with AAA. For example, when signing up for something online.

You also need to keep in mind that unsubscribing from the AAA mailing list may not guarantee you won’t receive mail spam in the future. 

This is because many organizations such as AAA acquire marketing data through third party intermediaries called data brokers. So even if you never consent to receive marketing directly from AAA, your data can still end up on its mailing list.  

Therefore, to ensure you stop receiving junk mail for good from AAA, as well as other types of unwanted mail from other companies, you need to remove your personal information from data brokers. This can be done manually, but is very time consuming (there are over 500 data brokers in the US). 

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