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Had a notice on my door this morning saying we can now opt out of getting the Yellow Pages delivered. Yay!
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That has been the case for ages. To opt out, you have to tell them your name, phone, and email, which I’m sure won’t be used to spam you. :(
It’s easier just to put the thing in the recycling bin once per year. Now, if I can just get the Publi-crap guys to respect my no publicity English-French-pictogram, I would be happy.
Best (and only) way I’ve found to avoid the publi-sac is to not live on the ground floor (RDC). they never bother to walk up the stairs at our place.
I’ve got a recycling bin right outside my front door so I’ve considered a “dear publi-sac guy – please deposit your crap directly into recycler, thank you” sign. Anyone tried that? I feel like I have to deal with way too much unwanted paper in my daily life. I’ve got an e-mail address thanks, and if you don’t know it I don’t want you to send me anything.
cheese, my impression here in Villeray is that they do walk up the stairs. They have so many pieces to distribute, so they’ll hang things on any door that doesn’t have the official anti-junk-mail sticker on it.
I phoned Publisac to stop deliveries and they gave me the best customer service experience ever. I left a message, they called me back to confirm, but I expected little. Sure enough, the next week publisacs at my door again.
A week later, they followed up and promised it wouldn’t happen again, and sure enough, both me and my neighbours haven’t recieved one since!
(and lobby Projet Montreal to ban publisac )
I haven’t received Publisac since I put the official sticker on my mailbox.
However, as a print graphic designer by trade, I’m hesitant to stifle any means of making a living with print ads and so forth, and Publisac is a huge player in this area.
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