Informed Delivery Reaches New Consumers
I am currently waiting for a package I need before next week. So, of course, I check the tracking number every day hoping it is one step closer to my doorstep. I know I’m not the only one. I also know packages aren’t the only thing we are checking for. Sometimes you’re waiting for that letter, that statement or that check to grace your mailbox’s presence. So, the United States Postal Service has implemented a new service to show you what’s coming before you even get to the mailbox. It is called Informed Delivery.
Each morning, USPS’ Informed Delivery service will send images of your mail to your email address listed on file. This eliminates the daunting task of speculating when something of priority is arriving.
We gathered a list of reasons consumers like the USPS Informed Delivery service:
- No more guessing if your bill is coming today or not.
- When traveling, you don’t miss a beat.
- If something expected doesn’t show, you have more time to determine what happened.
- Turning mail digital.
- Direct mail goes interactive easier. Mailers are sending online content with their mailing images through Informed Delivery.
- Wife can’t throw away her mail piece without husband being able to see first.
USPS is only offering Informed Delivery to a specific set of zip codes at the moment, if you would like to find out if yours is included click here. At this time, only letter-sized mailers are being sent digitally but the plan is to implement larger flat-sized mailers in the near future. If you’d like to tell us what you think of the new USPS service, write your feedback in the comments section!