I have a P.O. Box, so I don?t depend on home mail delivery. There?s always an outcry, though, when the subject of cutting back on home mail delivery is brought up. Does America really need it anymore?
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Yes, I pay for my PO box. Postal service is making $$ on people with boxes since they donʻt have to deliver anything. I guess a question is whether avoiding a layoff is reason enough to keep something operating at a loss to taxpayers.
Most of the mail I get is junk mail, advertising flyers and political newsletters. I very rarely get mail from another human anymore. Even soc security payments are mandatory electronic now & most people choose electronic IRS refunds.
Very true. However I know quite a few people over the age of 60 who do not own or use computers. Businesses and holidays/greeting cards mainly keep the postal service afloat. Newspapers are in trouble too!