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Bring an End to Ulta Beauty Junk Mail

July 13, 2022

While some consumers love discounts by mail, it can’t be said for everyone. That’s why many of our clients have approached us for help stopping Ulta junk mail

Ulta is an upmarket beauty supply chain based in Bolingbrook, Illinois, with around 1,000 locations across the country. Getting off their mailing list is fairly straightforward, and below we outlined a few steps you can take to ensure you stay off of it for good.   

The type of junk mail Ulta sends

Not unlike brands such as Sephora or Nordstrom, Ulta regularly sends promotional mail that will probably end up in the trash. This mail includes promotional material sent directly to customers, as well as marketing letters, special offers, catalogs, and brochures and coupons. 

How to unsubscribe from the Ulta mailing list 

According to the brand website, unsubscribing from the mail list can be done by contacting the Ulta guest services department through one of several available channels, including email, live chat, or by phone at 1-866-983-8582. 

If you’re an Ulta account holder, you can also opt out of any email communications by accessing and modifying your online preferences.

Though the company doesn’t specify when a general opt-out request goes into effect, in our experience the process can take up to 6 weeks. During that time, it’s possible you may receive continued promotional mail from Ulta, so try and be patient.  

What to do if marketing material from Ulta keeps coming

If you opted out and continue to receive junk mail from Ulta after 6 weeks, you can try a few more things to take back control of your mailbox. 

  • Send the mail back to Ulta. Mail from Ulta tends to have a returning address, so write “Refused: Return to Sender” on the unopened parcel and put it back in the mail.

How to stay off Ulta’s mailing list after unsubscribing 

First things first, be aware that you must not consent to receive any new marketing material anytime when or if you interact with Ulta in the future. 

However, this still won’t guarantee that you’ll stop getting junk mail from Ulta for good. The most effective way to stop junk mail of all kinds is to remove yourself from data-broker platforms. 

Hundreds of data-broker sites in operation across the U.S. collect your personal information from public databases before selling it onto marketers like Ulta. This very exchange leads to you receiving more junk mail and spam calls, and subjects you to an increased risk of fraud.

What this also means is, even if you never consent to receive marketing directly from Ulta, your data can still end up on its mailing list. Removing your information from these data-broker sites has to be done manually and individually, and it’s very time consuming.

The more effective option is to get a data broker removal service like DeleteMe to do all this for you. We’ve helped millions of customers remove personal data from data-broker platforms, and, as a result, they’ve seen a dramatic reduction in the amount of junk mail they receive. Talk to us for more details about how we can help.

Will Simonds runs Senior Marketing Operations at DeleteMe, and is a steadfast privacy advocate who has a resolute dedication to online privacy solutions and helping people regain their privacy. …

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