Stop AARP Junk Mail for Good

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Tired of Junk Mail? Here's How to Stop AARP Junk Mail for Good

Most homeowners know how quickly junk mail can pile up, but removing yourself from every mailing list is inconvenient and time-consuming. If you're trying to figure out , DoNotPay can help. As the world's first AI Consumer Champion, DoNotPay can do the work for you, effectively stopping junk mail for good.

Junk mail is a pain to deal with, but it's also very bad for the environment. Nearly half of all junk mail ends up in landfills, and most of the envelopes are never even opened. With DoNotPay in your corner, you'll be able to stop AARP junk mail, keeping both your mailbox and the local landfill a little lighter.

What Counts as Junk Mail and Why Is the AARP Sending It to You?

Physical spam mail, more commonly referred to as "junk mail," is unsolicited mail delivered to your home. Junk mail comes in many forms, including the following:

  • Bulk Mail
  • Mail Addressed to "Current Resident"
  • Credit Card Offers
  • Catalogs
  • Coupon Envelopes
  • Flyers From Political Candidates
  • Internet Offers
  • Advertising Circulars

Why Are You Receiving Junk Mail?

There are many ways that companies can get ahold of your contact information. They use this information to send junk mail to your home until you opt-out consistently. They rely on the fact that the removal process is difficult and hope that most homeowners will just let the junk mail keep pouring in.

Every time you purchase a product, pay for a service or fill out a warranty card, another company will obtain your address so they can send you junk mail.

Why Is the AARP Sending It to You?

Once you turn 50, the American Association of Retired Persons (or AARP) will start to send you unsolicited mail. This will include product advertisements along with the AARP monthly magazine. The organization can be rather relentless, and it can be very frustrating to figure out how to stop the AARP from sending you junk mail. Luckily, DoNotPay can help.

How to Stop the AARP From Sending You Junk Mail on Your Own

It's certainly possible to stop receiving junk mail on your own -- it's just a very tedious process. To , you'll need to contact the organization via email, phone, or snail mail.

EmailTo send an email, follow these steps:
  1. Compose an email to
  2. Type "unsubscribe" in the subject field
  3. Write a message to the organization, including your name and address
  4. Wait patiently for weeks to see whether the junk mail will stop
Phone CallIf you'd rather call the AARP, you contact customer service, but representatives are only available during business hours, and you'll have to answer several automated questions before being connected to an actual person. Hold times are lengthy, and most people don't have time to wait over junk mail.

Toll-Free Nationwide: 1-888-OUR-AARP


Toll-Free Spanish: 1-877-342-2277

International Calls: +1-202-434-3525

TTY user dial 711

  • English: 1-877-434-7598
  • Spanish: 1-866-238-9488
Snail MailYour third option is to send a letter to the AARP, asking them to please remove you from their mailing list. This can take weeks before any changes take effect, and many people don't have the time to sit and write a letter — let alone mail one.

Does This Eliminate AARP Junk Mail Forever?

When you contact the organization, they will stop sending you junk mail for five years. You can ask the AARP to remove your name from the mailing list forever, but you must be specific. If you don't indicate a length of time, you'll only stop receiving AARP junk mail for a few years.

Can I Request That Someone Else Stop Receiving AARP Junk Mail?

If your loved one is deceased, you can contact the AARP to transfer their membership or stop their mail. You'll need to submit a form online informing the organization about your loved one's passing.

Let DoNotPay Take Care of Your AARP Junk Mail

DoNotPay can quickly put an end to all the junk mail you receive from the AARP.

Just download the DoNotPay app to stop junk mail and follow these steps:

  1. Search for DoNotMail on DoNotPay.

  2. Snap a photo or upload an image of the physical spam mail you received.

  3. Enter the name of the company that sent you the spam.

  4. Sit back and relax. DoNotPay will automatically file a complaint to the company on your behalf and make sure you never receive spam mail from them again.

That's it! While you're busy living your life, DoNotPay will automatically file a complaint with the AARP on your behalf, ensuring that you will stop receiving AARP junk mail.

DoNotPay Can Eliminate Junk Mail From a Variety of Companies

If you receive lots of junk mail, let DoNotPay opt-out on your behalf. We reach out to individual companies in a matter of minutes, stopping junk mail in its tracks. All you have to do is upload a photo of your unwanted junk mail. As the world's first AI Consumer Champion, DoNotPay can effectively and efficiently reduce the amount of junk mail you receive.

DoNotPay can also stop junk mail from:

Don't settle for a mailbox full of unwanted junk mail. Let DoNotPay work on your behalf. Together, we can keep your mailbox -- and our landfills -- a little less cluttered.

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