How to Remove My Name From Planned Parenthood Mailing List

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How to Remove My Name From Planned Parenthood Mailing List

Whether you're a Planned Parenthood (PP) supporter or not, getting a ton of mail from the company every day can pile up quickly and get annoying. This is especially true since most people manage donations, services, payments, etc., online nowadays.

So then, how do I ? The simplest way is with DoNotPay because it's not only quick and easy, but you can remove your personal information from the internet on other sites at the same time — i.e., Google (such as your phone number and photos on Google), White Pages, Facebook, MyLife, Spokeo, and more!

That said, you can also do it yourself, removing personal information bit by bit from each site. This will take longer — which is why most people hire someone— but it can be done. Here's how.

Why Is it Difficult to Remove My Personal Information From Companies and the Web?

Removing your personal information from any online site can be a challenge, whether it's Planned Parenthood or any other donation places like California's Organ Donor Registry. This is because once your information is public, there's no taking it back — at least not without jumping through a few hoops first.

The truth is, data brokers ( a person or business specializing in the collection of personal data from the internet with an intent to sell to third parties) fear everyone removing their data from the internet, so they make it as difficult as possible. Fortunately, it's not quite as difficult when it's with just one company, but nonetheless, your information is still out there on in the company's database, vulnerable to being potentially hacked and collected.

How Can I Protect My Personal Information Online?

American Equity has six tips for keeping your personal data safe while online:

  1. Be careful what links you click on
  2. Avoid websites that are suspicious or unprofessional looking
  3. Be cautious about connecting to public networks
  4. Always update your software (avoid Malware, program hackers often use it to steal personal information)
  5. Use strong passwords
  6. Take steps for added security, such as credit freeze or fraud alerts.

How Do I Remove My Name From Planned Parenthood Mailing List?

will not be an easy task. Calling in can mean long holds and many call transfers until you get to the right person who can help you. Email, on the other hand, can go unanswered and unseen, and you wouldn't know until they respond (if they do).

You'll need to set aside extra time for any hiccups that may occur, so you don't have to put the task on the back burner again.

On Twitter, Planned Parenthood replied to a tweet about wanting to opt-out of the "snail mail," saying that you can either call or email a PP member. Note that they say you will need the following to complete the cancellation:

  • Your full name
  • Your address
Planned Parenthood Contact Information
General Phone Number1-800-230-PLAN
Customer Support800-430-4907
Mailing AddressPlanned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.

P.O. Box 97166

How Long Will it Take for My Name to be Removed?

Planned Parenthood often says that those who want to be removed from the mailing list should allow them up to six weeks to complete the task. However, it may be taken off sooner.

Let DoNotPay Remove My Name From Planned Parenthood's Mailing List Quicker and Easier

There's nothing more frustrating than jumping through hoops to get your name removed from a company's mailing list. After all, the Postal Service delivers on average 425.3 million pieces of mail every day. This can add up in most households, wasting their money on paper and your time, often even hurting our planet if it's not getting properly recycled.

Instead, skip the headache and let DoNotPay solve your problem. Even better, the task can be done with just a few clicks of a button and a little bit of information about your situation.

Here’s how you can do it in 5 easy steps:

  1. Search "Remove My Information" on DoNotPay.

  2. Choose whether you want to remove your information from Google searches, YouTube videos, or data brokers in general.

  3. If it's for a Google search or YouTube video, tell us more about the specific content you want removed, including the URLs of where it's currently being displayed.

  4. If it's for a data broker, choose which data broker you want your information removed from, or choose the "All-in" option to remove your information from all of them!

  5. DoNotPay will automatically carry out your opt-out requests for each data broker or submit removal requests from the search engines. You can expect to receive confirmation emails from the data brokers.

Can DoNotPay Do More Than Remove My Name From Planned Parenthood's Mailing List?

DoNotPay can undoubtedly do more than . In fact, the Take Down Personal Information product can tackle several issues you may be having with your personal information on the web.

While you're at it, you can also tackle more tasks with some of our other products like:

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