Some junk mail can be refused
TOM BOYCE | Lacey
Want to stop the junk mail? Here’s how you can do just that. The United States Postal Service delivers volumes of junk mail to my mailbox; some has my name on it; most of this mail is only addressed to “occupant” or “resident.” Since the USPS signed a contract to deliver junk mail for about 20 cents apiece, the amount of junk mail that I must pay garbage service to get rid of keeps increasing.
I have decided to refuse any more junk mail. According the USPS manual, you have the right to refuse such mail, and it is considered undeliverable. I place that refused mail back in the mail box. While I know it will not be returned to sender; it will make USPS responsible for getting rid of it, since USPS decided to make their junk mail my garbage problem.