Many of our customers have received junk mail or spam from the insurance company, Geico.
Junk mail from Geico might include insurance offers or financing options. These promotional fliers are sent to customers and non-customers. Most recipients would like to opt out.
Luckily, there’s a straightforward process to help you opt out of junk mail, emails, even spam calls. There are also some further steps to follow so you stop receiving junk mail in the future.
How can I unsubscribe from Geico’s mailing list?
Geico customers that want to stop receiving solicitations through mail can select a paperless option for their account here. However, that alone won’t prevent Geico from mailing marketing materials to you. If you consider that junk mail, Geico offers an online option to opt out of marketing.
Opt out of Geico’s mailing list online by clicking this link for the opt out page (seen below).
You must perform this opt-out process twice, to opt out of both junk mail and spam.
To finalize your opt out, enter your personal information into the fields and follow the instructions provided.
How long will it take for a Geico opt-out request to take effect?
Geico doesn’t specify how long their opt-out process takes to go into effect. However, opt-out requests usually take between 4 and 6 weeks to be applied on average.
That being said, you may continue to receive solicitation from Geico within that time frame.
What if I’m still receiving Geico junk mail after I’ve opted out?
If you’re still receiving junk mail and spam from Geico after 6 weeks, there are some other steps to take
If you receive junk mail through the post that has a return address, send it back. Simply write “Rejected: Return to Sender” on the front and put it back in the mail.
If you wish to make a formal complaint to Geico, contact their customer service. You can call them at 1-800-841-2964 or you can send them an email here.
How can I stay off Geico’s mailing list?
First of all, when you have any future communication with Geico, be sure you do not consent to sharing your details.
Although a good initial step, it won’t guarantee you’ll stop receiving junk mail. That’s because organizations like Geico sometimes work with data brokers.
Currently, there are over 500 data brokers operating in the U.S., and trying to manually opt out of each and every one of those platforms could be very time consuming.
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