September 11th, 2013
Time management is especially important for small business owners. And, one easy way to save a little time is by reducing the amount of unsolicited mail, telemarketing and emails you receive everyday.
The Federal Trade Commission provides details and links to the appropriate sites so you can “opt-out” of unsolicited mail, telemarketing and email. Here’s an excerpt and the link to the FTC Consumer Alert page:
Are you tired of having your mailbox crammed with unsolicited mail, including pre-approved credit card applications? Fed up with getting telemarketing calls just as you’re sitting down to dinner? Fuming that your email inbox is chock-full of unsolicited advertising? The good news is that you can cut down on the number of unsolicited mailings, calls, and emails you receive by learning where to go to “just say no.”
Any additional suggestions for small business owners? Drop us a comment – thanks.
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