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Holiday catalogs got you down?

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The holiday season is in full swing, and that means that on top of all that goodwill towards your fellow humans, your mailbox is probably stuffed with catalogs of all shapes and sizes. If the catalogs are starting to outnumber the holiday cards, you may want to consider Catalog Choice.

Catalog Choice is a free, online service that lets you opt out of those pesky catalogs that clog up your mailbox. It will save you time and aggravation, and also helps to preserve the environment.

It's also easy to use. You just sign up, you search for the catalogs you want to decline, and Catalog Choice contacts the companies for you. It can take up to 10 weeks for the process to complete, but once it does you shouldn't receive any more of the unwanted catalogs. If the catalogs continue to come, you just need to let Catalog Choice know, and they will report the infraction for you.

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