I've heard many real estate educators say that they never remove anyone from their mailing list after sending out a direct mail campaign, even when requested to do so. My question to everyone is, do you remove people from your mailing list when they ask you to? If not, how do you respond to this request?
Check with your privacy laws. Here in Canada, legislation around both privacy and UCE would necessitate you honour any request to remove someone from your distribution list.
The law aside, it would be the ethical thing to do as well.
Thanks for your response. My understanding is that it is not illegal to mail to them, as they always have the option to just throw the letter away. However, I'm not a fan of receiving angry phone calls month after month, so I probably would be inclined to just remove them from my mailing list. I'm just curious about what the common practice is.
"How do you expect me to do that? click...." Ha I guess you're sending another letter whether you meant to or not...
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