• anon

    I lived in Japan, which has expensive but outstanding mail delivery. The post office in Japan has a robust banking service which is used much in the same way as a credit union. Japanese mail delivery is speedy and reliable and, like the USPS, has offices in tiny villages and small hamlets as well as big city branches. I was amazed when 2 postal workers showed up at my apartment because they had erred (they said) in accepting my improperly filled out postal money order and they wanted to return it to me for correction. Not surprisingly, everyone in Japan trusts the post office! I am trying to mount a campaign to support the USPS. All the best.

    May 17, 2020
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