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post #16 of 21
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I understand your predicament, as a lot of sellers, myself included, will not ship USPS. Standing in line at the post office for an hour to ship one box is not an option...
I'm not sure I understand. You can print postage paid labels online at USPS. Once you do that, your mailman can accept them, or you can drop them off at the post office without having to stand in line. In my experience, USPS ships the fastest and is the cheapest. They even give you free boxes.
post #17 of 21
Totally ridiculous that your employer won't allow personal deliveries to the workplace. I can't see why this should be an issue.
post #18 of 21
The gentleman is in D.C. - it might be a security issue.
post #19 of 21
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I'm not sure I understand. You can print postage paid labels online at USPS. Once you do that, your mailman can accept them, or you can drop them off at the post office without having to stand in line. In my experience, USPS ships the fastest and is the cheapest. They even give you free boxes.
Except you can't insure the package if you do it that way. That negates it completely for me...
post #20 of 21
All you have to do is become friendly with any small business on your block (dry cleaners typically work the best in my experience). Much simpler and cheaper than the alternatives.
post #21 of 21
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I've decided to spring for the box at the UPS store.  One store quoted me a $20 set up fee and $15/month for a minimum 3-month commitment.  Not too bad so long as I use the box a few times a month.  Another store wanted $44/month.
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