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I want to cancel all the crap mail sent to me from this site like barclay card offers and such?
stop sending me crap

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Cancel

Do I have to cancel this stupid thing to make it stop?

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Every credit card offer

comes with an "OPT OUT" notice in it. BY LAW. 

Follow the directions and all credit card offers will stop. 

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Credit cards offers come rom the credit card companies. Not from websites.

So posting a request here does nothing.   This is a community forum of users of the website who want to learn how to manage their credit. 

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The barclay card offer this website offers didn't start coiming until I signed up.  So this website is sending me the offer, but I will look other places.  Thanks

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