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Keep Me Posted reminds the CRTC to stand up for Canadians regarding choice and fair access to paper-based communications

Canada lags behind many developed nations when it comes to protecting consumer choice and fair-access to paper-based communications. In Canada, telecommunications providers such as Bell and Telus [...]

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Video: Where’s my paper bill? A look at efforts to protect consumer choice and fair access to paper statements

Amanda Brozana Rios of The National Grange interviews Phil Riebel of Keep Me Posted Listen in on this video interview of how The National Grange and Keep Me Posted are working together to ensure [...]

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Seniors and Consumer Groups Petition to Cabinet: Restore Paper Billing for Koodo Wireless Customers!

Keep Me Posted coalition member, Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), along with the National Pensioners Federation (NPF), filed a Petition to Cabinet of the Federal government to reverse the [...]

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Keep Me Posted Salutes 4 of Top 20 U.S. Financial Institutions for Following its Best Practices Principles

Bank of America, Capital One, JP Morgan/Chase and Wells Fargo continue to provide consumer choice, control and convenience without penalty for paper communications. Banks and other financial [...]

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COVID-19 and Paper Product Safety – Keep Me Posted Releases New Fact Sheet

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised questions about the lifespan of the virus on a variety of surfaces, including paper and paper-based packaging products. Some service providers are capitalizing on [...]

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Lawmakers Should Require That Companies Provide No-Cost Paper Options to Ensure Access for All

By Betsy Huber & Phil Riebel This op-ed by The National Grange and Keep Me Posted North America appeared in The Morning Consult at the following LINK. Pundits and pedestrians have quipped [...]

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A Plea to Businesses: Don’t Take Away our Paper Bills

by Joanne E. McNeish,  Associate Professor, Marketing, Ryerson University Once again a telecommunications company is telling its customers that they will no longer receive a paper bill. This [...]

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Iowa caucus shows why paper option is still essential

Article published in the Spring 2020 issue of Good Day! magazine by The National Grange. We all need the option to chose paper over digital. Lessons from the Iowa caucuses and a consumer-friendly [...]

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Is a $6.50 “Paper Statement Fee” a rip-off?

YES! It costs less than 75 cents on average for companies to produce and mail a statement to a U.S. customer.  by Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted North America Consumers routinely share complaints [...]

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The 2019 U.S. Mailing Industry Economic Job Study

The U.S. print, paper and mail value chain account for 7.3 million jobs – 4.6% of all employed Americans! The Envelope Manufacturer’s Association (EMA) 2019 U.S. Mailing Industry Economic Job [...]

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