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Readers Digest / Junk mail and magazines

1 brantford, Ontario, Canada Review updated:
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Phone: 15197586202

Just like to say in a world of junk mail and magazines it seems that know body could ever have the time to take on a full time job, if they were to keep filling out forms and applications for all these potential win win win situations.

Maybe one day we could win the time ... To keep up with all these win win win... Deals?

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  • Ro
      19th of Sep, 2008
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    Readers Digest should take a long hard look at the way they advertise and promote. Their competitions waste a lot of paper, which is far from ethical or green in this day and age. We are all trying to be frugal, to conserve forests, use less resources and keep the planet clean - what is Readers Digest doing in the face of all this? It is bombarding its subscribers with envelope after envelope of long spiels that nobody reads, for competitions only the foolish enter. Small envelopes, large envelopes and medium envelopes, all crammed with paper that gets thrown out immediately, many unopened, most unread. It is an appalling disgrace, and something should be done about it. I propose a boycott of all Readers Digest products, including Cds, books, the magazine, and manuals, until they stop their current method of direct mailings. Just because a letter is addressed does not make it any less offending or junky. Those with 'no junk mail' stickers on their mailbox still get a heap of unwanted paper because the envelopes are addressed. Readers of the world unite, and shout we shall not digest this!!

  • Fi
      15th of Dec, 2008
    0 Votes

    Not to mention the fact that it is anything but GREEN; do you think Reader's Digest cares about deforestation and filling landfills?

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