Online Shopping on the Rise! What’s in it for the Postal Service?

In today’s world we have the opportunity to do just about anything with just the click of a mouse and a few key strokes. Recent studies show online retail sales continuing to grow despite the economic slowdown and decline of overall retail sales. A previous blog, Could Radio Frequency Identification Make the U.S. Postal Service the Premier Delivery System, stated, “Last year Americans spent $155.2 billion shopping online.

 

Postal Service Customer Service Is It Working for You?

The Post Office isn’t the only place to shop for mailing services. Postal Service customers can purchase products and services at postal stores and other facilities, and on-line at USPS.com. They can also call 1-800-ASK-USPS, to get answers to their questions and address their needs. Some of the more popular customer services options available are:

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Stamp Vending Machines

For decades, the Postal Service offered vending machine service to supplement its retail operations. Vending machines meet the needs of customers who want to purchase stamps without waiting in line. While the lack of stamp vending machines has resulted in customer frustration and a surprising number of newspaper articles, the problems are particularly acute in economically depressed and more urban areas.

 

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Recent Comments

  • 17 hours 51 min ago
    How to help the little guys? Level the playing field......Who knows the deals brokered with Amazon, etc? Just have one price list for ALL customers...Then the playing field is even Go back to the...
  • 2 days 22 hours ago
    the numbers on back of the postal truck is their license plate identifying each truck. postl vechiles mainly your normal postal vechiles do not have license plates like you have on civilian cars.

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