Fashion retailer Sundance promotes their latest collections in catalogs they send to recipients from their mailing list. But if you’re tired of having a mailbox clogged with wasteful catalogs, and want to know how to make them stop, then you’ve come to the right place.
Originally founded by actor Robert Redford, Sundance stocks mens and womenswear, as well as accessories, gifts, and art, all found in the catalog, but also accessible online.
Honestly, Sundance doesn’t make it clear on the website how to unsubscribe from the catalog. But, we did some digging, and to remove your details from the Sundance mailing list, you need to complete a data rights request form.
With this online form, you can request to stop receiving the Sundance catalog by mail and also request your data be deleted. Here’s how to do it:
Enter your personal details—name, phone number, and email address—into the submission form and click “Submit.”
Register with CatalogChoice. This company can ensure that catalog opt-out requests have been processed the right way.
Register with DMAchoice. For only $2 you receive 10 years of coverage and can manage the type of junk mail you receive.
Read our guide on the different ways you can opt out of catalog mailing lists.
How do you stay off Sundance’s mailing list?
As it turns out, staying off mailing lists for good can be quite difficult. That’s because many companies use data brokers to access details on potential customers, such as email addresses, home addresses, even telephone numbers.
To tackle this issue, you need to make sure data brokers don’t have your personal information on file. But, with hundreds of data brokers in the U.S. alone, this can be tricky.
The best solution is DeleteMe. We’re the leading data broker removal service, and we opt our clients out of data-broker mailing lists on their behalf. We also monitor these databases to ensure that their information is never relisted.
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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.
Since joining DeleteMe in 2015, Will has worked in a number of different roles.
From launching the DeleteMe affiliate program, creating and maintaining hundreds of opt-out guides, fine-tuning DeleteMe’s customer communications and improving website conversion efficiency, Will lives and breathes DeleteMe.
Will earned his BBA from Endicott College.