While in San Francisco, Good Mail Day's Carolee brought to my attention a service called Outbox. The service collects your mail, your actual phyiscal mail, and then scans it in and emails it to you. You then pick which items you really want delivered to you and they bring it back to you, twice weekly. Any mail not requested in 60 days is shredded. They love to tout that you can unsubscribe from catalogs and other junk mail and you'll never even see it; they'll just throw it away for you. The service is $4.99 a month.
I just don't understand people who don't like checking their mail. How do you want to pay someone else to do that? And to have to wait for the mail I want even longer? And I'll have yet another thing to check while I feel chained to my computer? How much trouble is it to recycle junk mail? No, this service is not for me. They sure do have a spiffy car though.