I purchased a home 4 months ago. I started receiving unwanted newspapers. I contacted the newspaper company by phone and asked them to stop delivery. It didn't stop. The newspapers kept being delivered. I spoke to the company by phone and email repeatedly. Each time, I was told that service would stop. I received a newspaper today, 2/1/18.
Put up a sign that says, "No Free Newspapers Please" and that should stop it. Trespass on areas adjacent to pubic streets are not actionable.
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Seems like an ill-advised prospect, but an interesting idea.
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The above answers are excellent. But I am going to make an out of the box proposal. Send the company a certified letter that says you go on vacation or leave your house from time to time and if you are robbed because of papers building up, you are going to sue them. This way you have put them on notice.
The reality is, that the person you call does not tell the person picking up the bulk papers and the person who makes the individual deliveries has no idea, and he gets paid to throw the papers.
But a letter might just make them do something
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