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Junk Mail: What you should know about Valpak

Gidday,

Valpak is mailed to 45 million households in North America each month, yes, each month, you didn’t read this incorrectly.

Due to the extensive lead times needed to produce and mail Valpak, you can receive additional mailings for over two or three months until your address is removed from their mailing list.

Valpak mailings are addressed to “Resident” and are updated by their list companies through the United States Postal Service. The USPS you say! How interesting. And they admit to mailing to every home in your neighborhood for greater coverage, which apparently provides a better response rate for local businesses. I’m sorry but every time I get one of these mailings they annoy me immensely and go straight in the recycling bin!

And here’s the best part, in order to ensure your address is removed from their mailing list, you have to return the actual envelope from one of the Valpak mailings to their address with the actual envelope label bearing the standardized address. Wow, they sure do make it hard and we have to pay the postage in order to accomplish this! But we never wanted to receive it on the first place!

Valpak
8575 Largo Lakes Dr
Largo FL 33773

Or you can go to their mailing list suppression webpage and do the same, but be sure it’s exactly as seen on the address label or your won’t be removed!

http://www.coxtarget.com/mailsuppression/s/DisplayMailSuppressionForm

Cheerio,
Margot

2 Responses to “Junk Mail: What you should know about Valpak”


  • I have been plagued by these mailers every week for years. Tonight, I finally saw the SMALL print on the outside of the envelope that listed a contact phone for those who wished to ‘modify’ the mailings. I called the number, listened to their recording, which told me to go to their webpage (valpak.com) and click on ‘help’ at the bottom of the page. From there, one was supposed to follow the links to get removed from the mailing list. Well, interesting…when I get to the FAQ section that would answer my question, the page flashes OFF and a message from ValPak comes up stating that if I have reached this page in error, I can … blah, blah, blah. In other words, it appears to me they have blocked that. No, it’s not a computer error. It’s a ValPak error. I will not be deterred. This WILL get done.

  • Everyone, there is no way to stop them. Try to do physical or financial harm to their property, employees, investors, and owners.

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