38 extra free po-box in four retail units for customers with the same road address, without calculating the rental fee for the extra mailbox. 49 free inches in eight retail units did not have source documents to support customer eligibility or data in WebBATS; These problems arose because the postal service did not have consistent instructions on transmission limits and WebBATS did not discover invalid or dual road addresses. In addition, the Post Office does not currently require that retail staff be required to retain source documents that confirm the customer`s eligibility. 2. Customers who opt for the name “Street Addressing” also have the option of obtaining packages from private carriers at the customer`s mailbox address if the packages meet the maximum standards of 70 pounds and 130 inches in terms of length and girth. Our goal was to determine whether internal po-box controls were effective at no cost to ensure that only legitimate customers receive the service. Retail staff used inefficient methods to determine whether a customer`s address was eligible for a free mailbox. As a result, staff issued 22 free in-inch boxes to customers in five retail units whose road addresses were outside the delivery limits of PO services. 1.
The ability to use the postal address for your postal address with the customer`s mailbox number, preceded: Effective January 17, 2016, the Postal Service™ the Mailing Standards of the United States Postal Service, Domestic Mail Manual (DMM®) Section 508.4.5.4 will revise to clarify the maximum weight and size standards for private transport packages that are addressed to customers of competitive post boxes™ who are entitled to receive parcels at their postal address. […] At Street Addressing, a customer`s mailing address can be either the address of the mail in which the mailboxes are located, followed by the box number and box number, or the box that follows the box number. Some merchants do not allow mailing to a postal address. With the Street Addressing option, customers can receive parcels and deliveries from private carriers that need an address for delivery, z.B. UPS and FedEx. Po Box customers must sign up for this (free) feature by completing this customer agreement form [pdf]. In particular, you must agree not to use “Suite” or “Apt.” before your boxing number.