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How to Stop Getting the Woman Within Catalog

August 9, 2022

Plus-sized retailer Women Within mails out a free catalog packed full of their latest collections. 

However, with all their products also available for online purchase, it might feel pointless to receive a hard catalog and a nuisance for your mailbox to get stuffed with junk mail.

If you want to unsubscribe from this catalog, this helpful guide will show you how to remove yourself from their mailing list and discover more ways to stop junk mail once and for all.

What can I do to cancel the Woman Within catalog?

While the Woman Within catalog is their main direct marketing tool, there’s a chance you might receive other promotional material about upcoming offers or sales as well. 

Since their products are also available online, canceling the catalog is quite easy. Just visit the “Catalog Preferences” page on the Woman Within website. 

There are a few preference options, including “Request A Catalog,” “Receive Less Catalogs,” or “Stop Receiving Catalogs.” Select your desired option, then enter your address and hit enter to begin the mailing list opt-out process. 

Although Woman Within doesn’t specify how long it takes for your new subscription preferences to take effect, we expect a process like this to take up to 6 weeks. 

What if I keep getting Woman Within catalogs?

If it’s been more than 6 weeks since you changed your subscription preferences and you’re still receiving Woman Within catalogs, then it’s time to take further action. 

  • Contact their customer service department to make a formal complaint. Use this form to do so by email or call 1-800-248-2000 to speak directly to an agent.
  • Send the junk mail back. If there’s a return address on the catalog label, write “Refused: Return to Sender” on it and drop it in the mail. 
  • Sign up with Catalog Choice and DMAChoice, two independent agencies that can help you better control unwanted mail and catalogs. 

You can also read our handy guide on how to stop receiving catalogs. It goes over all the many different ways you can opt out of mailing lists. 

How can I stay off Woman Within’s mailing list?

Keep in mind that any time you make a future purchase from Woman Within, or any associated third party, you’re taking the chance that your details might end up back on their mailing list. 

In general, though, data brokers make it hard to stay off any mailing list for good. 

Data brokers collect your data online before selling it to interested parties, mainly for marketing purposes. Hundreds of these intermediaries operate in just the U.S. alone, and though the practice is legal, it leads to the uptick in junk mail, spam calls, and spam texts you receive.

Sometimes, your data can also end up in the wrong hands, and that can lead to much worse. 

Opting out of data brokers is the only way to guarantee your security, and the best way to do this is to hire DeleteMe to help. We’ve helped millions of people take control of their online privacy by removing their information from leading data-broker sites on their behalf. 

Stop catalogs and other junk mail in their tracks by signing up for as little as $10.75 a month.

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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