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How to Unsubscribe

Work with me here. Many people assume it's hard to unsubscribe from Scot's Newsletter just because it may be hard to unsubscribe from some other newsletters. I've gone to great pain (and no small expense) to ensure this is as fast and easy as possible.


How to Unsubscribe via the Web
The only way to unsubscribe is by using the newsletter's Subscription Center Unsubscribe form. This is the actual URL:

http://www.scotsnewsletter.com/subcenter/subscribe.htm#unsubscribeform

There's only one catch that many people miss: When you unsubscribe, you must put a check in the box beside one of the two message formats — HTML or Text — that matches the Scot's Newsletter edition you currently receive. If you're not sure which edition you get, look at the Subject line of any received copy of Scot's Newsletter. You'll also find this information stated at the very bottom of the received copy of the newsletter. Take a minute to get it right. Most people who complain that they can't unsubscribe have found that this is their problem. The server is very precise.

If you're having trouble, and you just want off the list, try the Delete All Subscriptions form:

http://www.scotsnewsletter.com/subcenter/subscribe.htm#nukesubs

One last tip: The other common problem that people have is trying to unsubscribe the wrong email address.

Might you have subscribed with this address:

coolguy@mail.att.com

And now you're trying to unsubscribe with:

coolguy@att.com

Check the bottom of any received copy of the newsletter (in your email inbox); there it lists the email address that's in our database. Make sure to use that email address when you unsubscribe.

How to Unsubscribe via Email
Due to nuisance subscriptions aimed at me and the Scot's Newsletter list arriving in the form of email-based subscriptions, I have been forced to remove this avenue of subscribing and unsubscribing from the Scot's Newsletter list. My list distributor suggested this change, and I finally had to agree with him. My apologies if this causes you any inconvenience. The truth is that the Web-based tools are more reliable anyway. If you're having trouble with the Web-based subscribe tools, please send me an email.