USPS Review

I received notice from the USPS in the mail that my mailing address had been changed. I checked with my local USPS and they said that someone had apparently changed it online. I filed a mail fraud case with them, after getting my address straightened out. I, also, plan to write a letter to the local paper to let the public know about the issue.

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