Has anyone found a way to make Amazon to stop sending those annoying "Amazon Associates Network Updates" e-mails? It says it's required to be part of the program. But to me it's annoying spam mail. While I have it marked as such in my e-mail program, my phone doesn't have that option.
I'm considering just opting out of the program. Anyone have any suggestions?
It is required because that's how they notify you if their affiliate terms change, which is mandated by law. Technically not spam, because you have agreed to accept the email as part of their program terms.
My desktop and iPad email programs sync up, so settings for one device apply for the other. Sounds like you might want a better email app on your phone.
I get three emails a month from them, sometimes not even that.
A lot of my lists send me 2-3 emails a week. Not bad imo.
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