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U.S. Secret Service Warns ID Thieves are Abusing USPS’s Mail Scanning Service
The USPS did not respond to repeated requests for comment over the past six days. The Michigan incident in the Secret Service ... mail delivered to their address. However, it appears that ID ... read more
Report: ID thieves are exploiting USPS mail-scanning service, Secret Service warns
The U.S. Postal ... service is cool. The free service sends users an email every morning with photos of the mail they can expect in the day’s delivery. It’s a convenient option for anyone anxiously aw... read more
Dan Cordell: I went to your Web page. It was very interesting. Thank you for your service! Welcome home!
This monthly subscription service, credit card only ... 16 You just reminded me of the Saturday mornings when I worked at the old Attleboro Post Office. A few of us would have lunch break about 10:30 ... read more
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