RedPlum Mailing List Opt Out & Data Removal Guide [2022] | Incogni

RedPlum, now known as RetailMeNot, is a coupon company that sends out junk mail such as vouchers, coupons, and special offers. While some can come in handy, receiving an endless barrage of mostly irrelevant coupons can be quite a nuisance, too. 

Thankfully, you can stop RedPlum from clogging up your mailbox by submitting a super easy opt-out form. It’ll only take a minute to fill out, but expect it to take around six weeks before you stop receiving so much junk mail. 

Follow our instructions below and check out our other opt-out guides to help get your contact details off other mailing lists and data broker sites.

Opt-out process:  1 minute

Removal Requirements: None

Updated: October 10, 2022

Removing your data doesn’t have to be complicated

It’s easy for data brokers to get a hold of your most sensitive information. We believe taking your data off the market should be just as easy!

For just $5.79 per month, Incogni automatically sends out dozens to even hundreds of opt-out requests at once.

Don’t waste any more time opting out one by one. Let us deal with data brokers, so you don’t have to!

Step-by-step RedPlum opt-out guide

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Step-by-step RedPlum opt-out guide

Total Time: 1 minute

1) Access the opt-out page on RedPlum

Opt out of Redplum step 1

Go to the RedPlum delivery options page to find the opt-out form. 

2) Fill out the form

Opt out of Redplum step 2

Enter your full address, including zip code and apartment or unit number, if applicable. Check the box below to agree to the removal terms and click “validate address.”

3) Continue your data removal journey

That’s it! That’s all it takes to opt-out of the RedPlum mailing list. Keep in mind that it will take a few weeks to take effect, however. 

If a company like RedPlum has your address and contact details, it is very likely that others do too. Your personal information is very valuable and sensitive. There is a $250+ Bn industry built around data trade. The companies that ply this trade are called data brokers. 

This is how RedPlum and other businesses get your contact details. Data brokers collect and trade your phone numbers, addresses, browsing histories, demographic information, even health and financial information, and much more to sell to marketing companies, individuals online, or other data brokers. 

Not only does this expose you to nuisances like robocalls, junk mail, and spam, but it also increases the risk of scams, identity theft, online harassment and stalking, and discrimination

To keep your personal information from spreading online and being misused, we recommend you opt-out from all data brokers that have your personal information. Check out our other free opt out guides or subscribe to Incogni and let us handle all the legwork for you.

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Your data is worth more than oil in the digital age and data brokers are making bank at your expense. Remove and keep your personal information off these websites with Incogni!

Subscribe to Incogni for just $5.79 per month and get: 

  • A fully automated service
  • Removal from the biggest data brokers in the industry 
  • Regular progress reports