I can read line by line and can tell where the money went so much easier, without scrolling up, down, left side to right side.
Utilities companies, government agencies, and others all want you to sign up for e-this and e-that or else you will be charge a fee.
Now, glance over to the picture, those are my junk mail in a course of a week. Many of these letters are from cable companies, credit card companies and car insurance companies.
I realize that it is not fair for those companies that I am involving with forced their customers to go paperless while those that I had nothing to do with filled up my mail box. I don't get to receive my bills in my own mail box anymore, but what I receive are just junk mail.
Now, this leads me to my questions (as I am late) for this week:
1) There are people that can't afford to have computer or internet, how do they view their bank statement or their bills?
2) Should there be a law allowing us to charge a fee to the company for every junk mail they send to our mail box?
Time to join Thursday Two Questions!