Bogus change-of-address websites
Postal service offers tips on how to change your address
BEDFORD PARK — The U.S. Postal Service and the Postal Inspection Service are warning customers to steer clear of non-postal websites offering change-of-address services for a fee.
Some customers have paid up to $30 for a change of address on websites that appear to be linked with the Postal Service but are not — and in some cases the change is never made, said Central Illinois District Manager Peter Allen.
"The Postal Service is not affiliated with the businesses that own these sites," Allen said.
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