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Sort of like all those "free offers" you get in spam email everyday. Having said that, I suppose it's worth

Sort of like all those "free offers" you get in spam email everyday. Having said that, I suppose it's worth $1 to do a change of address online if you're too lazy to go in to the office to pick up a change of address kit, which you shouldn't have to stand in line for.

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Sort of like all those "free offers" you get in spam email everyday. Having said that, I suppose it's worth $1 to do a change of address online if you're too lazy to go in to the office to pick up a change of address kit, which you shouldn't have to stand in line for.

If it's so damn free, tell me again why you need my credit card info? My post office has that kind of stuff in the lobby and you just walk in and pick it up and leave. Greatest invention since they added a timer countdown to flashing "don't walk" signs.

I had to pay 10 Euros (about $12) to pick it up MYSELF while it would have been free to receive it by mail (they pay for postage). (After yelling at them for ages I grudgingly paid the fee as they stubbornly refused to either admit to the lack of logic or give me my card :smack: ) Regarding the post office issue, I can see paying more for the aspect of convenience of not having to leave the house (which is why the aforementioned charge was such a mystery to me).

to do a change of address online if you're too lazy to go in to the office to pick up a change of address kit, which you shouldn't have to stand in line for.

Sheeesh, I happily pay 1$ to order stamps from the post office so I don't have to drive over there and stand in line for twenty minutes. Funny, but I was just at the USPS website today, and was even going to pony up the buck just to get it done. But it does frost me on principle that they'd charge for it. There is something that's really fucking annoying about having to pay extra for a service that costs them less to perform. It's the $1 "convenience" charge that gets tacked on to all kinds of online transactions that doesn't apply when you call the damn company up and waste the time of some phone flunky or fill out paperwork, mail it in, and they have to pay someone to go and type that info in. It's clearly in their interest to make such actions easy and simple and reduce the number of data entry people and phone operators they employ.

But the site was SO GODDAMN SLOW that the transaction never went through. But when it's a public service, then it's especially vile.

I'm guessing that in those cases, your signature is used as identity verification.

For your security you will be required to have a valid email address and a credit card or debit card for identity validation before the COA (Change of Address) can be processed electronically.

Yeah, and don't get me started on the SBC fucktard I talked to.

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