Millions of North American consumers are currently being forced to go digital (paperless) by their service providers, without their consent. It is also becoming a common practice for companies to charge their customers extra for paper bills and statements. This is frustrating for many people who prefer paper-based communications, and it is also putting many at a disadvantage
Keep Me Posted North America (KMP) believes every consumer should be able to choose, free of charge and without penalty, how they receive important information – on paper or electronically – from their corporate service providers (ex: banks, telecoms, insurance, and utility companies). KMP seeks to champion the cause of the millions who prefer paper-based communications or are disenfranchised by increased digitization and lack of choice, including many key sectors of society such as seniors, people with disabilities, low-income families, and those without the Internet or computer skills.
Phil Riebel, President of Two Sides North America and campaign director for KMP, will outline the facts about consumer needs and preferences related to paper-based communications, and explain how the KMP coalition works with corporate service providers to ensure consumers are not forced to go digital.
This webinar will discuss:
- The Keep Me Posted coalition and partners
- The facts about consumer needs and preferences related to paper-based communications
- The Keep Me Posted campaign and goals
- How the coalition will work with service providers to ensure that consumers are not forced to go digital
- How you or your organization can get involved
Event date: August 15, 2019 – 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern
Space is limited >>Register HERE