Will you be doing your online shopping earlier this season?

For the major express companies, preparation for the next holiday season started right after the last one ended. If you’re one of the many Americans whose packages arrived after Santa did last year, you are undoubtedly glad to hear this. In 2013, an unexpected surge in online orders, combined with winter storms and sparse airplane capacity, resulted in FedEx and UPS missing deliveries for Christmas.


Six Years and Still Going Strong

As we celebrate our sixth year of blogging, you might think we’ve covered it all. Surely we’ve hit on every postal topic and angle there is, right? Well apparently not. We have a backlog of issues we want to share and people keep giving us excellent insights and feedback.


Post Office Relocations: Having Your Say

People care a lot about their local post offices, at least if the number of news stories on the topic and the comments we receive on our blog and Audit Project pages are indications.

For some, the neighborhood Post Office serves as everything from the source of a community’s name and identity, to a spot where neighbors can connect and keep track of each other. Of course the Post Office is also the place where folks drop off holiday goodies and care packages, or buy stamps and other mailing supplies. And rentable Post Office boxes create physical addresses for local entrepreneurs.



Recent Poll

Would you abandon your online cart if you discovered at checkout that shipping costs money?

Recent Comments

  • 2 days 6 hours ago
    I placed a "hold mail" request (Confirmation #: CAH229463586). My mail was to be held from 11-20-15 to 11-26-15. I came home and mail was in my mailbox. I am very unhappy about this....
  • 2 days 10 hours ago
    Suspicion of passport stolen during "tracked" delivery # 9114 9999 4431 3872 0739 02, case # CA125527754. Details follow in message intended for Customer Service previously contacted by...

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