Reduction in the legal spam.

The majority of the legal spam that I’ve been recieving has been from major marketing mailing list managers. Unsubscribing from each company’s email campaign is a futile game of whack-a-mole. So I directed my efforts on the source of the email. Here are the steps I’ve used to get a perma-block on my email address for now and future email campaigns. I’ll be glad to add more if you know of any, hit me up in the comments.

 

Constant Contact:

Instructions:

Send an email to: Support@constantcontact.com

Subject: Permanent block

Body of the message: Please prevent any of your current and future customers from sending me emails through your service.

Submit and wait for a confirmation. I had a response in about six hours with a positive acknowledgement.

 

Mailchimp:                        

Visit: https://mailchimp.com/contact/abuse/

Instructions: fill in your full name and email address. For the required section labeled headers, simply enter “no headers”

Reason for report: Please prevent any of your current and future customers from sending me emails through your service.

Submit and wait for a confirmation. Mailchimp support responded in about an hour with a positive acknowledgment.

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