The Direct Marketing Association's DMAChoice mail preference service allows you to opt out of receiving unsolicited commercial mail from many national companies. When you register with this service, your name will be put on a "delete" file and made available to direct-mail marketers and organizations. This will reduce most of your unsolicited mail. If you would like to opt out of direct mail advertising, please visit www.dmachoice.org.
Responsible marketing companies respect your choice to not receive direct mail advertising. DMA members, as a condition of membership, are required to suppress the names and addresses of individuals who have notified the DMA that they do not want to receive advertising by mail. As a DMA member, Experian subscribes to and suppresses any name and address on the DMAChoice mail preference service file from its direct mail marketing lists.
Contacting Experian To Opt Out
You also may contact Experian directly to be suppressed from Experian's marketing lists. Opting-out of direct mail marketing from Experian will only stop mailings that use Experian’s marketing data. You may continue to receive direct mail as advertisers often work with multiple data providers such as Experian.
You can contact Experian by calling us at 1 402 458 5247 or by sending your complete name (including any name variations), mailing address, complete telephone number (including area code), and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the below postal address.
Experian Marketing Services
Attn: Opt-out Services
PO Box 80128
Lincoln, NE 68521
Please specify if you wish to be removed from mailing lists, telemarketing lists or online targeted advertising. If you move or change your name, you will need to opt-out again with your new address or name.
When you opt-out with Experian, your information is not deleted from the Experian marketing database. Experian will mark your record as “Do Not Mail” for a period of 5 years. If Experian removed your information completely, we would have no way to know your mail preference.