I'm On Fire wrote: Everything is online now.
I wouldn't say that..... my cousin and my uncle both get their mail delivered here. You wouldn't believe how much mail there is that is catalogs and advertisements. If you stopped mail delivery I'm sure that many, many small businesses would be in a world of hurt. A huge number of businesses can not afford radio or TV ads, but, they can mail a flyer, generate some business, and do it at a reasonable cost.
carlherrnstein wrote:I would think it would be better if they worked on improving there delivery time.
That's a double edged sword. It's tough to improve service while spending less money. This last Fall the USPS marked a local post office hub for closer to save money. If they had closed it, in state letters that now take one or two days would have gone to 3 or 4 days. There was an uproar that actually made it to congress. They decided to not close that hub....along with 200 other similar in other places.