Obtaining undesired catalogs in the mail only adds buying urge and mess towards life. If you're prepared remove both, there is a simple method to react. Here's just how it's done:
Create a free account at dmachoice.org, and choose the catalogs you'd choose to unsubscribe from. If you don't like to receive any catalogs, there's a choice for that, too. When you have entered your requirements, they're going to contact the firms on your behalf to let all of them know.
Then, contact Epsilon at firstname.lastname@example.org to demand that you be taken off their particular advertising and marketing database. Be sure to integrate your name and mailing information when you look at the email. Epsilon preserves a marketing database, called Abacus, that is used by nearly all item catalogs. Getting rid of your name from their database will prevent you from receiving additional unsolicited catalogs in the future.
This will pull you against all catalog lists for a period of three-years. If you only wish to unsubscribe from certain catalogs, you need to get in touch with those companies directly.