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Re: news of the day: t-shirts

In a message dated 11/14/2003 9:48:01 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> Auralie, 
> Check the labels, they probably show you with more than one customer #.
> You can spend a little of your own time calling some of these companies
> to clean up their mailing list. Some better companies actually print a
> notice on their catalogues like "Receiving duplicate catalogues? -
> please call 800-xxxxx so we can clear this up." I takes some time, but
> even if they don't care about the costs involved, some good companies
> will care that their customers are annoyed.

Thanks, Kitty, I'll try that.  The piles of catalogs we take to recycle are 

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