Comment: You can solve that easily

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Michael Nystrom's picture

You can solve that easily

By following these steps:

  • On Amazon.com, log in to your account.
  • Click on the "Your account" link in the upper right corner of the home page.
  • The third section down is called "Settings" - Password, Prime & E-mail
  • Click on the link titled "E-mail Preferences & Notifications"
  • On that page is a section that says: "Send me marketing e-mail from the following categories:" If there are any categories of interest to you there, you can check them.
  • If you don't want to receive any email at all, check the box that says:
    - - - -
    Do not send me marketing e-mail
    Check this box to stop receiving all Amazon.com marketing communications (except transactional e-mails, subscription emails and email about programs you are enrolled in).
    - - - -

That should take care of it for you.

I have that box checked. The only emails I get from Amazon are: 1) When I buy something, I get an order confirmation; 2) Once that order is shipped, I get an email notifying me of that.

I don't consider those spam. Actually, I like them. The second email give you a little dopamine hit - "Ah, my thing in on the way."

Does that help?

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