Nope, not spam. The old traditional junk mail you get in the mailbox. Getting a heap of unsolicited mail in your postal mailbox can be really irritating, especially when you’re just happy that your mailbox flag’s up. In the years of lore, it means that someone thought of you and sent you a friendly mail or a postcard. Today, it would either be the bills or just some junk mail.
How about some getting back at those unscrupulous companies who send you crap that you don’t want at all. Writing them or calling them up and politely asking them to remove you from their list seldom works.
Here’s an idea I picked up from a friend. You can do this little trick if you get an enveloped marked “postage paid.” To get back at those mailer companies, he collects all the junk mail he received from that company and sends them back in that envelope. The company actually spent money only to get their junk back. If the company has some real sense in them, they’d cut their losses short and stop sending you junk mail. Haha.
For in-depth information on how to get yourself off of these junk mailer’s list, visit this site here from Privacy Rights.