August 11, 2015
Personally, I have no problem with allowing fund holders to opt-in for electronic delivery, understanding that for many people, electronic delivery is the preferred method. My problem is in making electronic delivery the default method, millions of people who want to retain paper (myself included) will be required to take action to preserve that option.
I also get so many emails a day, that this email may get lost with the other 150-300 emails I get each day. A hard copy sent to me by mail is more permanent and gets more attention than just another email. I really do value my paper copies and what about the US Postal Service? Don't we want to keep them in business too?