However, as with electronic marketing, if the person or organisation you're targeting asks to be taken off your mailing list, you must comply with their request. There are no exceptions to this rule, and if you fail to comply, they can apply to the courts for an order against you under section 11 of the Data Protection Act.
I've been receiving junk after junk from them through my letter box.
I've called AND written to them twice asking them to stop. Yet they persist.
Will it really take a court order under section 11 of the Data Protection Act to get them from sending their incessant junk mail ?