Drowning in Junk Mail – How to Opt-out of Junk Mail from The National Center for Public Policy Research (NCPPR)

That was quick! After tweeting my blog post yesterday to the twitter account for The National Center for Public Policy Research, (@NationalCenter) they got back to me. They told me how to get off their mailing list.

This is how you do it, from the Privacy Policy page of the NationalCenter.org site:
“Send an e-mail to info@nationalcenter.org, with the subject header ‘Delete from Solicitation’. Please include your name and mailing address in your e-mail correspondence.”
This will take a while. Give them 6 weeks for you to cycle out of their mailers.

The National Center for Public Policy Research also goes by these names:

  • American Criminal Justice Center
  • Health Care Reform Task Force
  • National Retirement Security Task Force
  • Americans Against U.N. Control

The same e-mail address will get you off the list for those mailers too. One e-mail and letters from all those organizations should stop.

This was none to soon as I got 4 new letters from them on Monday.

National Center for Public Policy Research junk mail

Because Amy and her team got back to me so quick, I won’t stuff them and send them out. I will put them in the recycle bin. This is such a relief. Every sub group has it’s own PO Box. It was going to take a lot of time and postage to send form 1500 to the postmaster for each of them. (Update: It wouldn’t have worked anyway. A form 1500 doesn’t work on this type of mail) I can let my American battle front for junk mail lie low for a while, and let everyone update their mailing lists. Now I can set my sights on the scammers from The Netherlands.

Charity Navigator page 1 star 26% of budget spent on fundraising.

A reporter from 435mag contacted the Ridenours about the scare mail that National Center for Public Policy Research sends out.

Some how NCPPR has gotten it’s self involved with food legislation?? OK Amy whatever you think will scare people to give you money.

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2 thoughts on “Drowning in Junk Mail – How to Opt-out of Junk Mail from The National Center for Public Policy Research (NCPPR)

  1. Thank you for this! I’ve been trying to get my dad off junk mail lists for
    almost three years. He was on over 250 lists. Thank you, thank you,
    thank you!

    Jenny

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