Stop the Junk Mail and Use Paperless Billing

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Image of mailbox overflowing with junk mail

Lighten the load in your mailbox and recycling bin.

How much of the mail in your mailbox do you really want to look at, and how much goes straight to the recycling bin? The average American receives 41 pounds of junk mail every year. But you don’t have to take it anymore! See the Resources tab for links that let you stop the junk mail. The other things likely filling up your mailbox are bills. Most companies you regularly do business with — utilities, credit cards, your bank, phone company, etc. — offer a paperless billing option. Get your bill online and pay it online if you like. You can always print any records you want, including old bills, from the company’s website.  
mailbox stuffed with junk mail

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3 comments

Pay bills online! You’ve got to be kidding. Nothing on the internet is safe. My security is far more important than saving paper.

Terrific service and super easy. I didn’t know this existed. Thank you.

Why do companies, especially banks and insurance, encourage paperless billing yet send out tons of junk mail?