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Spam free NRA membership???

Postby Matt78665 » Fri Mar 31, 2017 9:13 am

I am told that there is a way to join the NRA without getting all the spam from more sources than I can mention? Can someone please give me the magic formula for that. I am a former member and an active member of TSRA
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Re: Spam free NRA membership???

Postby george » Fri Mar 31, 2017 10:53 am

It has been too long to remember the details, but I went on line to the NRA, signed in under my membership number, and clicked an option to not receive all of that. And it worked.
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Re: Spam free NRA membership???

Postby nightmare69 » Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:23 pm

I've had to call the NRA to get my phone number off their call list. I was getting calls asking for more money. If you didn't answer, as I usually don't if I don't know the number, they will just call back everyday until you do. Extremely annoying.
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Re: Spam free NRA membership???

Postby Abraham » Fri Mar 31, 2017 12:30 pm

First, screen all telephone calls.

Simple.

Also, and I've no way of really knowing, but I pay $10.00 a year to be a member. That's it.

Perhaps, given my meager annual payment to stay a member, throws me into the "don't bother with this guy bin" he's not gonna respond to any sales plea...he's too darn cheap...we'll be wasting ad money and/or time...

I don't ever get pestered...ever.

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Re: Spam free NRA membership???

Postby RoyGBiv » Fri Mar 31, 2017 2:01 pm

Call NRA on the phone and register that way. Tell them on the spot that you want all marketing turned off ??

IIRC, when I signed up (online) I had to make 2 calls.. First to NRA member services and second to the entity that does all their insurance marketing.. After that everything stopped pretty quickly.
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