Did anyone else who signed opt-out forms get the new DexPlus catalogs today?
This afternoon a white van with three males (one adult driver and two teen delivery boys, all Hispanic) drove through my neighborhood near Pratt Park, depositing white plastic bags carrying several pounds of DexPlus yellow page catalogs at front doors. I watched them fling the bags at my townhouse and the nine other houses around my unit and, as far as I know, at every house around here. When I went out and gave the bag back to the boy, he said “Sorry.” But the bag was at my doorstep later.
I have filled out every fricking opt-out form, online and in print, asking to be removed from these yellow pages rosters. Hilariously, the new phone books themselves display on their covers this message: “To stop delivery of this or any other directory within the City of Seattle, go to seattle.gov/stopphonebooks.”
The people who drive the vans and who deliver these packages of useless garbage do not know or care about these forms. It makes me feel stupid for thinking the city could do anything about this.