Considering the vast amount of consumer marketing that U.S. households tend to get targeted for, it always results in mailboxes getting clogged up with unwanted junk mail.
If you’ve bought anything from Chewy’s or signed up for the pet food supplier’s email list, there’s a chance you’re now receiving marketing mail and emails from them.
Luckily, there’s a straightforward process to remove yourself from the Chewy mailing list, and steps you can take to stay off mailing lists in general.
The type of junk mail Chewy sends
If you currently use Chewy’s service to have pet food delivered to you, you probably receive legitimate solicitation from them about orders and billing.
However, Chewy may also send you marketing mail, such as fliers for discounts and special offers, as well as product promotions.
How to unsubscribe from Chewy’s mailing list
According to the company’s privacy practices, it should take just a quick call or email to initiate a mailing list-removal request.
- Call Chewy customer service at 1-800-672-4399
- Email Chewy customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org
While Chewy doesn’t specify how long it takes for an opt out to complete, in our experience it generally takes up to 6 weeks before you stop receiving junk mail.
You can also enlist the help of CatalogChoice to unsubscribe from Chewy catalogs. This independent site helps you manage catalogs you receive.
What to do if Chewy marketing material keeps coming
It’s frustrating to take all the necessary action to stop junk mail, only to keep receiving it. If you continue to get junk mail more than 6 weeks after opting out, do the following:
- Write “Refused: Return to Sender” on all unopened mail from Chewy and send it back.
How to stay off Chewy’s mailing list
The reality is, it’s almost impossible to ensure that you remain off a mailing list for good. So, even if you’ve dealt with Chewy, there’s no guarantee the junk mail will stop.
Unfortunately, most U.S. companies utilize data brokers to acquire online information about potential customers they can market to. As a result of these data dealings, you receive excess junk mail and unwanted emails, even spam calls and texts.
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