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Does anyone use Stamps.com

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hicksville Kid, Nov 10, 2012.

  1. Hicksville Kid

    Hicksville Kid

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    Just wondering if it is worthwhile for household mailing and a little eBay.

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    I got it for the free weed scale.
     

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    RayB Retired Member

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    Since Sam's Club and our major grocery chain both sell stamps at the register, I'm well covered! :dunno:

    Still, I can see where Stamps.com would be very handy for a small business with variable mailing weights... :thumbsup:

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    harlenm Millennium Member

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    There is a monthly fee for it, And you have yo pay for the stamp sheets. I don't think its worth it, but we have it anyway.

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  5. Zonny

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    $24.99 per month. We use it @ work. I don't think home use would be worth the fee.
     
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    Haven't used a stamp in years.

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  7. Hicksville Kid

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    That answers that!:wow:

    Thanks, Zonny
     
  8. southernshooter

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    Since every grocery store (and even post offices) have them I can't see how that could benefit home use. Most businesses with high mail volume use postal machines anyway. Just stick the envelope in, run it through and it is ready to mail.