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You can send an email request to stop mailing to member@aarp.org or call directly 1-888-687-2277.

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Hi everyone. How can I go about getting AARP to stop sending me mail via the post office? I prefer reading the newsletter, etc. online. I get pieces of mail almost daily and I don't want it. I must get the insurance piece twice weekly. It kills trees and I just throw it away. I prefer not getting any mail other than via email. My mom stopped her membership for this very reason. Ideas?

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