Good news! I was clicking around the ETS website (as I often do) and I discovered that people can quickly opt-out of the TOEFL Search Service or the GRE Search Service (and any other search services run by ETS) by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students sometimes complain on social media about excessive contacts from recruiters after taking the TOEFL or GRE. They report unsolicited live calls, texts and emails. Sometimes even paper catalogs in their mailboxes. Those poor bastards accidentally clicked to opt-in to the “TOEFL Search Service” or the “GRE Search Service” and can’t figure out how to opt-out. To date, I’ve generally recommended that they call New Jersey… but now I’ll give them the above email address!
Some of the complaints focus on excessive contacts made by Hult International Business School. “Poets and Quants” recently described Hult as the ninth biggest scandal of the previous decade. But they do have very good lawyers and a top-notch social media management team, so I’ll go on the record as saying that I think that Hult is the finest school in Massachusetts, and possibly (due to its expansive of international satellite campuses) the world.