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I think my spam filter is blocking emails from AARP Rewards.

What address should I enter in my spam filter to whitelist emails from AARP Rewards?

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@Howdigit65 To stop your provider from blocking or sending emails to a Spam or Junk folder, add our Rewards redemption emails to your email address book: email@email.aarp.org and customercare@helloworldfulfillment.com

 

If you'd like to adjust which email newsletters you receive, I invite you to check out this helpful article for more details: https://aarp.info/2TiJe50 

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For most AARP emails...

If you can enter domain --->      @email.aarp.org    @aarp.org

 

For some  Redeem for Gift Cards  ---->     @aarprewards.aarp.org

(This seems to be an older domain that is phasing out; but may be recycled by AARP in the future. 🤔 ; otherwise  @email.aarp.org    @aarp.org    are the principles to keep) 

 

Almost forgot that if you 'win an Instant Win or Sweepstakes' it is run from an outside third party = different email domain. I checked my winning emails and it is different. So you should also enter:

 

@helloworldfulfillment.com       for Instant Winners

 

@e.helloworldemail.com            for Sweepstakes Winners

@m.helloworldemail.com

 

 

I usually get mine in the 'junk'/ spam mail box- which is my general pseudo-inbox. I never white listed AARP; but still get all the emails I should get from them; Daily, Weekly Web Letters, Instant Wins/ Sweeps, notifications, etc. All works out well.

 

😎   The Box Tops - The Letter (Upbeat 1967) - YouTube

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