Precycling phone directories, Oxford style

Quick guide to reducing paper waste by precycling phone directories in Oxford, UK:

To: info@thomsonlocal.com
Subject: Subscription cancellation

Good day

Please stop sending unsolicited mail, including the “Thomson Local” directory, to <address withheld>. Thank you!

Best regards
<name withheld>


To: service@yellgroup.com
Subject: Subscription cancellation

Good day

Please stop sending unsolicited mail, including the “Yellow Pages” and “Packed full of useful stuff” directories, to <address withheld>. Thank you!

Best regards
<name withheld>


To: directory.products@bt.com
Subject: Subscription cancellation

Good day

Please stop sending unsolicited mail, including the “The Phone Book” directory, to <address withheld>. Thank you!

Best regards
<name withheld>

Now let’s see the result…

Reply from Yell/Hibu

From: Customer.Service.Team@hibu.com
Dear <name withheld>,

Thank you for your email.

I am sorry to hear of the problems you have encountered.

Your email has now been passed to the relevant team to stop the directory and they will be in contact with you regarding this matter.

Inorder to assist you regarding the unsolicited mails please provide us with your account number or business name, address along with the postal code and telephone number.

Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to call our Customer Service team on 0800 555 444.

My emphasis. Thanks, but I’d rather not give any more information to an advertising company who have already spammed me. That was email lesson #1 way back in the 20th century. You know perfectly well how to stop spamming based on the address which I already sent you.

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