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Re: [N8VEM-S100:6006] Shipping
I use stamps.com but mostly only for things I can't send through
It has a monthly "maintenance" fee which I think is fairly expensive.
It works OK, there are some annoying things with the stand alone app as
well as their web site. I like the usps.com web site better.
I haven't had any problems with the postage printing or with getting a
refund for a label that I had to destroy due to being incorrect (it took a
few weeks though.)
Printing a stamp has to use their labels. I'm still using the free ones
I got in my "starter" pack from them. You can print package postage to your
own labels and can print directly on an envelope as well as an
alternative to a stamp.
I've considered looking at alternatives to see what their monthly fees
Check around too before you sign up. I found an offer for $150 in free
postage (I have to send a postcard to them each month with the stamp
printed via stamps.com and then get $50 credited to my account.)
Bottom line for me is it's still worth not having to go to the post
office (since they're only open when I'm at work) but I do think the
monthly fee is expensive. Check offers to see if you can find one with
the lowest monthly fee (don't know if they do that, but it's worth
* Don Caprio <ilv...@gmail.com> [150112 18:02]:
> Please excuse my off-topic question. It's sorta related.
> It seems as though I've been doing a heck of a lot of shipping these days.
> The USPS web site is handy since I can print postage from my office and
> never visit the post office. However there are limitations.
> I was considering using stamps.com as an alternative.
> Does anyone have experience with this service?
> Thanks for your feedback.
- From: Don Caprio <ilv...@gmail.com>