Unfortunately, most of the posts on this thread about getting off a Scientology mailing list are from people with no experience with the problem.
[ Son of Xenu ] (Somebody's got to look afer Pop)
[ Mountain Interior ]
[ Las Palmas ] 21 Oct 1997
[ Teegeeack ]
Unfortunately, most of the posts on this thread about getting off
a Scientology mailing list are from people with no experience with
I have nearly 20 years of experience with being on Scio mailing lists
since my departure from Scientology.
First of all, any nasty letter you write to them won't work - it
will be dead-filed as entheta.
Any nice letter you send to them requesting they take you off their
mailing list won't work - its standard policy to NEVER take anyone
off a mailing list except for legal reasons.
You could try a nice letter threatening legal action if they don't
take you off, but that might not work either.
After you've done that, file a complaint with the Attorney General's
office in each state that they are mailing you from listing the
details of where the mail is coming from, how often, and stating
that you have requested removal from their mailing lists and they
have failed to do so. If this works I'll let you know (so far it
still keeps rolling in).
Failing that, the best way to get off a Scientology mailing list is
to move and leave no forwarding address.
SON OF XENU
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