Drowning in Junk Mail is now an affiliate for PaperKarma

 

I am so excited about this. PaperKarma has reached out to me to become an affiliate.

If you sign up for a year subscription of PaperKarma use my coupon code DJM30 to get 30% off.

PaperKarma is a great tool for stopping junk mail. It can’t stop everything, but it can knock out the easy stuff for you, so that you can focus on the real bad guys in the junk mail world.

When Jeff Treichel the CEO of PaperKarma reached out to me, he asked for my suggestions on how to make the app better. I have a list as long as my arm for what I want in a junk mail stopping app. Many of my suggestions are now on the list of improvements for the next over haul of the app. A few others were already in the works.

This could not have come at a better time. I have tried to keep this blog’s cost at $0 for me, But recently Flickr has changed their policy about free accounts. Free accounts must have less than 1,000 photos. I have over 2,000 photos of junk mail. Teaming up with PaperKarma will help to cover the cost of a pro Flickr account.

Not So Amazing: KRESKIN JUNK MAIL

The Amazing Kreskin is trying to make your parents money disappear.

Kip Koelsch Author

kreskin 1_LI (2)kreskin envelop deceptionThis is more of a quick RANT than a reasoned blog post as I deal with another scammer trying to dupe my father from his mailbox. Yes, The Amazing Kreskin managed to find him at his new address and send him his deceptive, elder-baiting junk mail.

It’s just unconscionable what the elderly have to endure every time they go to their mailbox. And The Amazing Kreskin is just one exploiting his “celebrity” (especially with the senior crowd) to take advantage of those living on fixed incomes and still dream of greener pastures.

kreskin return envelopeLike so many of these scam mailings there is no contact information in their materials–just a return envelope for your check or credit card number. And, lucky for me, I managed to intercept this crap before that return envelope was used by my father.

I did find an email address on the Kreskin webpage. First, I asked…

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