It can get pretty frustrating when you constantly receive junk mail and catalogs you don’t want. The catalogs from business supply company, Uline, will oftentimes be among them.
As a result, a lot of our customers want to know how to remove themselves from the Uline mailing list. Luckily, Uline offers a straightforward method that lets you unsubscribe.
Catalog mailings are Uline’s main tool to market their business supplies and warehouse products, so it’s especially likely you receive it if you’ve been a customer in the past.
Alongside catalogs, however, you might also receive typical junk mail, such as special offers or information about the company, whether you’ve been a customer or not.
Uline catalog recipients can easily unsubscribe from any future mailings through the website. Follow this link, enter your personal information, and you have the option to unsubscribe from the catalog mailing list, print promotions, and special offers as well.
According to Uline, it takes on average between 6 and 8 weeks for an unsubscribe request from the catalog mailing list to take effect.
However, the company offers a reminder that marketing lists are created weeks in advance. Therefore, you might continue receiving junk mail within that 2 month period.
If you’ve opted out and you’re still receiving catalogs from Uline after 8 weeks, the first thing you should do is try to send the mail back. If there’s a return address on the junk mail, simply write “Refused: Return to Sender” and put it back in the mail.
You can also make a formal complaint to Uline by calling the customer service team at 1-800-295-5510, or emailing them at email@example.com.
Also, you can read our guide on how to cancel catalogs, featuring step-by-step instructions on all the different ways you can opt out of catalog mailing lists of every kind.
The most important thing to remember is never consent to marketing when you interact with Uline in the future. If you buy something from Uline, make sure you read the transaction’s terms and conditions, specifically whether or not your data is stored or used for marketing purposes.
But, even if you never consent to receiving any marketing material from a particular company, somehow junk mail can always still manage to slip through. That’s because many companies keep buying marketing data—including your personal information—from data brokers.
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