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USPS Touts Online Convenience

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The U.S. Postal Service is promoting its "USPS.com Week" to let consumers know of the many options they have for doing business online and that they can "skip the trip" to the Post Office. The Postal Service’s Web site offers almost three- dozen services that are available online.

“Almost anything you can do at a Post Office, you can do online at USPS.com,” said Anita Bizzotto, chief marketing officer and executive vice president. “While we welcome customers and business to the Post Office, we also understand that our customers are busy. With a few clicks of the mouse, you can buy postage, order supplies, ship and track packages and manage your mail.”

Two popular services at USPS.com are Click-N-Ship and free package pickup. Click-N-Ship allows users to print shipping labels, pay for postage using a credit card and purchase insurance up to $500. Users can also request package pickup through Carrier Pickup, which is a free service.

Carrier Pickup allows customers to have packages picked up at their home. The service is available for packages being sent by Express Mail or Priority Mail and covers both domestic and international shipping.

The Postal Service also has a portal on its site tailored towards small business owners. It offers pricing comparisons for shipping, shipping tools that include supplies, postage and a Zip Code locator.

“Let the Postal Service be your resource for small business matters. Find solutions to every day challenges and get helpful tips on improving business services online at USPS.com,” Bizzotto said.

USPS Touts Online Convenience
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