If you have been to a Post Office with a kiosk, but opted to wait for a clerk instead, what was the basis for your decision?

Postal customers often choose to stand in line at the counter of their local Post Office, even as an open self-service kiosk sits nearby. In some cases, customers might prefer to interact with a window clerk, perhaps to make sure they purchase the right service or because they want to buy a specialty service not available from the automated kiosk.

 

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