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  1. Patricia Skeen

    I asked customer service on phone to stop receiving Dish mail – they agreed to take me off list – but I still get the 1-2 pieces of Dish mail a week which is extremely annoying.

    Did the chat with cust service work for you?

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    • Hi Patricia,

      Unfortunately, it seemed to work for a while, but I’m back to getting 1-2 pieces of Dish Network mail per week. It’s really ridiculous and I’m not sure what else I can do besides just immediately throwing the mail in the recycle bin.

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  2. I and other tenants live in a apartment complex where the buildings are cable ready only
    it’s a nice deal that you offer, but we can’t use it so please do not send any more mail “who knows you could save a couple of bucks.

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  3. Anonymous

    You can apply for a prohibitory order from the USPS, but so far I suspect they’re dragging their feet actually issuing them. I’ve applied numerous times but have yet to receive one. Dish is a tremendous source of revenue for the USPS.

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  4. noan swer

    C. CalledDish at 855-318-0572, customer service. Spoke to Jeremy and then Dena, transferred me back to Customer Service at 800-333-3474. Spoke to Komal and she said I would not get any more mail from them. Sure hote it works.

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  5. AlternativeThinker

    After reading this thread, I have decided to embrace the frequent Dish mailings. They are wonderful to be such a great funder in keeping the USPS afloat!

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  6. G

    Go to DISH website. Very Bottom of the page where various resources are available find “Service Agreements”. Scroll to bottom and find “Our Do Not Mail Policy”, submit info as required.

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    • Juliet M

      THANK YOU! So excited about that Do Not Mail form.

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  7. Teresa Fenner

    thank you for the Do not Contact information. I have been receiving mail every other day.

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  8. DoNotHarass

    I just tried the link to be removed off the list by clicking on their service agreement link at the bottom of the home page and then scrolling to the bottom where you click on “Our Do Not Mail Policy” and a red type message popped up saying “oops! System actively refused request.” I do not know why they harass people. I have not ever had their service. They can get sued BIG TIME! I’ve seen a bigger company get sued over stuff like this before.

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    • DoNotHarass

      Just to clarify, the error message popped up after I filled out the form.

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  9. AnyonymousButWantsToHelp

    Thanks, everyone! This was helpful! Update – their “Do Not Mail Policy” is now tucked away on their “Service Agreements” page, here: https://www.dish.com/service-agreements/

    And although I did get a “Your Mail Address has been added to Dish Network’s Internal Do Not Mail List.” confirmation message when I filled out that form, it is interesting to note that that form did not allow me to enter my full address on either line, which isn’t even that long. It only allowed me to enter 20 characters, including spaces, so I had to leave the “ike” off of the “Pike” for the street I live on. I put the “ike” on the 2nd address line…maybe they’ll figure that out. Maybe it won’t work at all. But I tried it anyway. I’ll update this if I keep getting their garbage “after 60 days”.

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  10. HEM

    Just got off chat with a Dish rep. She said to write “RETURN TO SENDER” on envelope. When they receive the mail back, the address will be taken off.

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