junk mail


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junk mail

mail which is sent unsolicited and indiscriminately to a person or firm with a view to interesting them in a product.
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Mr Arkless, 58, won the case after arguing that the junk mail posed a security risk when he was away.
I bet none of it is given to local councils to help foot the bill for disposing of all the junk mail.
When you receive junk mail, firstly take out your own personal details and destroy them.
People who do not want junk mail can just take it out of their mailbox and throw it in their rubbish bin or, if they can be bothered put a sticker on their mailbox saying 'no flyers'.
Junk Mail has been South Africa's leading free classifieds portal for 22 years.
Junk mail will not end until there is an alternate platform available to the retailers.
It takes 17 trees and 7,000 gallons of water to produce a tonne of junk mail.
Indeed junk mail often targets the vulnerable and elderly with scams and pushy correspondence.
I know that they are paid to post certain junk mail but you can take steps to stop it.
Other junk mail came from a company called Lapiana welcoming you to the "circle of happy winners" and saying you'd win PS4,500 if you ordered its jewellery.
But not only does it come by this method, but newspapers, magazines, even kids' comics are full of unwanted junk mail.
PENSIONER James Di l lon would be a multi-millionaire if he believed the junk mail he receives every week.