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RodCarr
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Unsubscribe from promotional literature, "deals" and other clap trap

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How can I go about unsubscribing from the flood of promotional literature, "deals" and other noise that HP continuously sends me after buying one of their printers?  HP Update dialog boxes litter my monitor screen and cannot be removed without rebooting my computer.  I no longer wish to endure this thinly disguised harrassment.  Roderick Carr

 

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Rod -

 

   When you register for this Forum, or register a product, or register for the Store, etc. you create what HP calls an on-line registration.  This not only includes what personal information you supply (e-mail, phone, address, etc.) but also sets your preferences for receiving material from HP (Yes or No) for 4 categories.  Any of these settings may be changed at any time by editing your profile.

 

   You can use this link:  https://register.hp.com/americas/flowPage/login/index.do?execution=e1s1&cc=US&lang=en  to log into your HP on-line account.  Your User ID is normally an e-mail, and your password should be the same one you use for logging into the Forum.

 

   Once you log in you get the My Account screen.  At the bottom of the About You box are 4 categories of Contact Consent, with the Yes or No settings currently in effect.  (Categories are Email, Phone, Postal Mail, Mobile Voice and Messaging.)  Any or all of these can be changed by clicking the Update My Profile button at the lower right.  (Of course you can also edit/change any of your personal and/or contact information, too.

 

   User ID and Password changes are made in a different area, see the links in the left margin box to change either of those.

 

   Good luck! - Randy

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