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9:17am on Friday, 9th February, 2024:
I paid for a mail redirection when my mother died, so I could inform anyone who tried to contact her who hadn't heard the news. So far, this has meant two people who sent her Christmas cards. Other than them, she receives two to three pieces of junk mail per week.
The mail redirection is only good for a year, so when it stops six weeks from now then the person now living at her address will have to recycle it instead.
So much for the efficacy of the assorted mailing preference services I registered with to get her off such mailing lists.
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